Buying or Selling a 1984 Ferrari 308 GTB?
The third generation of Ferrari 308 GTB, the 1984 models are also referred to as QV, which stands for quattrovalvole. The Italian manufacturer had to change the popular Weber carburetors of the first models, available from the launch in 1975 to 1980, and introduced a Bosch fuel injection system with the second generation. US regulations becoming stricter in 1980, the first generation wasn’t compliant to the rules. The abandon of the carburetors resulted in a loss of horsepower, although the fuel-injection system made the engine quite smooth. To compensate this loss, Ferrari’s engineers came up with a new four-valve design that was a successful option. In addition to having recovered most of the lost power, the 1984 Ferrari 308 GTB benefits from the latest technology and design used on the model.
1984 Ferrari 308 GTB Seller’s Guide
Beautiful, refined and well made, the Ferrari 308 GTB is easily recognized from its Bertone-designed cousin, the four-seater 308 GT4. Selling a 1984 Ferrari 308 GTB can be emotionally difficult if you’re attached to your classic, and the Alex Manos team can relate and understand. The experts of the team would be happy to hear all about your example and will help you accurately evaluate its value according to its characteristics and the market availability. Moreover, should the classic fit their growing inventory, you can count on them to make you a top dollar offer on the spot, pay cash and organize transport and paperwork. Making the experience as easy and stress-free as possible is their number one priority.
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