Buying or Selling a 1985 Ferrari 308 GTB?
The last year of production for the Ferrari 308 GTB, the 1985 model is the third generation of 308 GTB. This model was released in 1975 and featured a 3 liter V8 engine with Weber carburetors. In 1980, US emission regulations got stricter and the Weber carburetors weren’t complying with the rules. Consequently, Ferrari had to come up with an alternate solution and switched the carburetors for a fuel injection system by Bosch. While this new version was greener, it also generated an output 40 hp lower than the first generation, which wasn’t well received by Ferrari’s clientele. The solution the engineers came up with was the QV, which stands for quattrovalvole. With this third generation design, the 308 GTB offered a powerful unit, a smooth transmission and the latest design options.
1985 Ferrari 308 GTB Seller’s Guide
The Alex Manos team has years of experience in dealing with all makes, models and conditions of classic cars, which gives them unmatched expertise when it comes to selling a 1985 Ferrari 308 GTB. Selling such a classic is often a stressful process, because owners can be attached to their model and because the gathering of documents can be a hassle. Selling your classic car can be made easier. For example, having the car checked for small issues by your trusted Ferrari mechanic and making quick fixes can not only make the sale easier but can also increase the value of the classic in certain cases. In fact, before putting your 1985 Ferrari 308 GTB up for sale, the Alex Manos team encourages you to contact them and have them quote the value of your classic. Always looking to add new classics to their collection, they might make you a top dollar offer on the spot, which will make your sale as easy as it gets.
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