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October 17, 2022

1981 Ferrari 308 GTB

1981 Ferrari 308 GTB

1981 Ferrari 308 GTB For Sale

I came across a classic European sports car for sale on Craigslist about a month ago. The car is a 1981 Ferrari with the license plate number 308 GTB. It is a dream car for speed enthusiasts and quite rare in the US. The Italian manufacturer Ferrari released it in 1981, and it is the successor of the Dino 246 GT/GTS. This 2-seater sports car has a V8 mid-engined, rear-wheel-drive layout designed by Pininfarina.

This 41-year-old car has only been driven 39800 miles since new, making it a remarkable example of the 308 GTB available on the market today. If you're looking for a chance to own one of the European dream cars, this is your opportunity to add it to your garage.

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1981 Ferrari 308 GTB for sale

This 1981 European model Ferrari 308GTB is an absolute beauty with its stunning red paint and beige leather interior. This particular model is a European market example, which offers some performance advantages over the standard U.S. model. It is being sold for $75,555 and is in superb condition.

Interior 1981 Ferrari 308 GTB

The beige interior looks exceptionally well in the photos with clean surfaces and trim throughout. It is cool and very rarely used for its age. All materials have a good shape and are tidy. There have been no mentions of rebuilding or mechanical issues; therefore, it is in genuine condition, and we hope all panels, equipment, and features on the dash are still working properly, including air conditioning, cassette stereo, and radio.

engine 1981 Ferrari 308 GTB

The mid-mounted 2.9L quad-cam V8 engine is equipped with four twin-choke Weber 40DCNF carburetors and was factory rated at 240 horsepower. It is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission and can go from 0 to 100 mph in just 15 seconds, with a top speed of 159 mph. Despite no mentions of mechanical issues and the fact that it is unmodified, you should always come to see it for an accurate assessment of its condition.

May 29, 2017

Beautiful 2003 Ferrari 360 Spider

Beautiful 2003 Ferrari 360 Spider

Beautiful 2003 Ferrari 360 Spider For Sale

This is a Ferrari 360 Spider released in 2003, one of 670 Spiders that were produced with a rare 6-speed manual offered for sale on Craigslist for $ 98350 located in Seattle. The car looks great for its age is a stock one-owner example in classic Rosso over tan leather with just over 35,325 miles and a documented service history from new.

Exterior, the 24 years old Rosso paint still looks smooth and shiny. The best thing is on the body side, designed by Pininfarina from aluminum without wings or tail but produced nearly 400 pounds of downforce at top speed. Hard to find imperfection from here, if you are interested should come to see directly its real condition.

Not the best angle to represent the interior, but free of damage or signs of severe wear and tear to him. The Tan leather seat look has a good shape but shows its age, the good is no major rips or tears shown here.

Looks so cool, with a transparent engine cover fitted by a 3.6 L Tipo F131 V8 engine inside, and nothing disturbing the eyes all looked clean and nice. The 360 model has two options for the transmission, the first with 6-speed "F1" electrohydraulic manual as standard and the second is a rare one with a 6-speed manual, and the owner claims this car carries a rare option.

March 17, 2017

Ferrari Hot Rod

Ferrari Hot Rod

Awesome Custom Build, Ferrari Hot Rod

Found this one superb hot rod custom build being offered for sale on Craigslist looking for $250000 located in LA. As you've seen here is a very nice Ferrari Hot Rod based on 1932 Ford chassis and fitted 18 inches black Alan Lee rims wheels-wrapped Achilles racing slick tires to accommodate its performance.

May with its original frame and chassis the Ferrari has a lot more value than this, they should have a compelling reason to do that, but not revealed in the ad.

As far as we can see from the photos and read descriptions, the engine came from a late 80's Ferrari model a 3.0 L V8 form most likely a Dino engine belong Mondial or 308 GTB/GTS. Just guessing, the car was destroyed by accident so they decided to rebuild on a far older Ford frame and chassis to aim for a new Ferrari hot rod car to get born rather than let it suffer with a replica.

Anyways it really cools hot rod car ever seen here, that was an awesome outcome, and a clever decision $250000 is worth it.

Also this no less hot: The Conqueror 1962 Chevrolet Corvette C1RS, Hot Rod Custom

January 12, 2017

1969 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2

1969 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2

1969 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 For Sale

Found this one in Craigslist looking for $185000 located in Mesa, Arizona. This is a very late production example built in 1969 released for 1970 model that was sold and produced by Ferrari designed to be a comfortable grand tourer were built in very small numbers. As shown here is one of only 800 Ferrari's 365 GT 2+2 that was looking for a new home.

This a large luxury grand tourers powered by a large 4.4L Colombo V12 engine with 3 pedals, outfitting them with electric windows and air conditioning along with power steering. The car is described as ideal for tours and road events, impressive sports car which handles both city and highway conditions comfortably.

1969 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 Interior

This more length and large than Ferrari interior standards, all shows well for its age overall, no words about renovated. Despite not all represented by photos upholstery looks to be in good shape as does the black carpets, overall look quite clean from here.

1969 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 motor engine

As shown here is a correct type of the 365 GT 2+2 engine but not numbers-matching was reported, the good thing is no words about issue. This is a 4.4 L Colombo Tipo 245 V12 was backed by manual transmission which produces 320 hp and 152 mph for top speed.

December 28, 2016

Fully Loaded, 2012 Ferrari FF

2012 Ferrari FF for sale

Fully Loaded, 2012 Ferrari FF For Sale

Found this one of the coolest Italian prides being offered for sale in Craigslist, as shown here is Ferrari Four well-known as the Ferrari FF is a grand tourer come with 2-door shooting-brake (sporty hatchback/estate) body style and is first four-wheel drive model of the ferrari automobile that was design by Pininfarina and Ferrari Styling Centre under Flavio Manzoni and assembly in Maranello, Italy.

Many good reputations pinned him, was reflected in the many awards obtained, such as "Most Beautiful Super Car 2011", "Luxury Car of The Year 2012" and many more from variety of world-class automotive media.

2012 Ferrari FF interior

Fully Loaded, 2012 Ferrari FF looking for a new owner. Hard to find imperfection here, the interior and exterior look greats like never been touched. Leather seating surfaces show well in the provided photos, is free of any wear or splits in the upholstery. Other interior surfaces such as the door panels and dash show equally well, with no signs of warping or improper fit.

2012 Ferrari FF V12 engine

Here's a 6.3 L F140 EB V12 engine embedded neatly in place, it's the largest capacity road-going Ferrari engine ever produced equipped with a 7-speed dual-clutch semi-automatic paddle shift system on steering wheels look awesome. It's able to produces 651 hp only 3.7 seconds needed from zero to 62 mph and 208 mph for top speed. Because of this engine, Ferrari claims this is the world's fastest four-seat automobile today.

August 28, 2016

Rare Fiberglass, 1976 Ferrari 308 GTB

Rare Fiberglass, 1976 Ferrari 308 GTB

Rare Fiberglass, 1976 Ferrari 308 GTB For Sale

Found on Craigslist while looking for a new home, it's a rare car in the US, a Ferrari 308 GTB factory fiberglass body was built in 1976. Not a replica or clone, it's an original example by Ferrari. Originally the early 308s were manufactured in the 70s with fiberglass bodies and only 712 units of the fiberglass version were made, and this is one of them. Sold mainly in Italy, the Ferrari 308 was the successor to the Dino 246 GT/GTS, which was a two-seater sports car with a mid-engined V8, rear-wheel drive layout produced by the Italian company Ferrari from 1975 to 1985.

The 308 has a separate tube frame with the body designed by Leonardo Fioravanti of Pininfarina, is also mechanically similar to the Dino 308 GT4, and has many similarities to the original Dino.

CHECK OUT: 1976 Ferrari Dino 308 GT4

1976 Ferrari 308 GTB

As shown here is the 1976 Ferrari 308 GTB European version VIN: F106AB, good looking with new red paint with 61901 miles on it, is still in excellent condition with no cracks, no scratches, and is free of rust. Hard to find imperfections from here, it could be nicely example of the Ferrari 308 GTB on the market today.

The original color is silver over a dark blue interior, the car received new red paint and an all-new black interior during the seller's ownership when the distance showed at the odometer about 25K miles ago.

Interior 1976 Ferrari 308 GTB

The black interior shows exceptionally well in photos with clean surfaces and trim throughout, looks nice, and is very rare for use. The materials all have a good shape and are tidy. All instruments and features hope are still good too.

V8 engine 1976 Ferrari 308 GTB

The 2.9 L Tipo F106 AB V8 engine mated to a 5-speed manual transmission becomes the spirit of the 308 GTB, capable of accelerating from 0-100 mph in 15 seconds and 159 mph (256 km/h) for top speed, looks promising as a street racing car. While no words about mechanical issues and unmodified, you should come to see an accurate condition.

August 10, 2016

Gray Import, 1976 Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2

Gray Import, 1976 Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2

Gray Import, 1976 Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2 For Sale

This is what we found on Craigslist today, for $64,800, an attractive red vintage grand tourer from Italy with a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout made by Ferrari. Somehow, often encountered some Italian manufacturers giving different names to one line of product, while completely different lines come with similar names, it's a bit confusing like this one sample.

The 365 line of cars is quite possibly the most confusing product line-up since the advent of mass manufacturing by Ferrari. For example, the 365 GT4 2+2 has the same shape (design) as the 400 and 412 but has the same name as the 365 GTB/4, 356 GTS/4, 365 California, 365 GT 2+2, 365 GTC, and GTS, where respectively each being an almost completely different car. Maybe you have to be an expert to know the model without looking at the registration papers, especially for the 356 GT4 2+2 with the 400 and 412 series.

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1976 Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2 rear view

As shown here 1976 Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2 was the final of the first generation of his line, then replaced by the 400 in the following year. Good condition overall with service records, with only 83k kilometers or about 52k miles on it. Originally a silver car from Maranello in the early 80s was imported to California by grey market entry, and two years later wears the greatness red Ferrari color.

1976 Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2 Interior

I don't like the results of this photo, makes the material looks cheap and looks dull, hopefully, it's the effect of too much light when taking the shoot. The original interior looks well with signs of use, but no excessive wear. The materials are all in great shape also the wood of the center console. The black upholstery doesn't look cracked or torn, but there is a split seam in the driver's seat. Solid floors covered by factory mats.

1976 Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2 V12 engine

Most of the Ferrari 365 models carry a version of the Colombo V12 engine, as shown here is a 4.4 L Colombo Tipo F101 V12 with 365cc per cylinder fitted with six twin-choke side-draft Webers and made 340 horsepower when new. And no automatic option for the 365 GT4 2+2 model, all 524 units ever produced married with a 5-speed manual transmission. The engine bay looks unmodified with the less unsightly wrapping layer on the hood, but the engine runs great with no words about leaks or mechanical issues.

April 13, 2016

1988 Ferrari Mondial Cabriolet

Pininfarina Styled, 1988 Ferrari Mondial Cabriolet

Classic Pininfarina Styled, 1988 Ferrari Mondial Cabriolet

This nice classic 2+2 rear mid-engined sports car that was styled by Pininfarina for Ferrari it's successor of Ferrari GT4, as we've shown here is a final model of the Ferrari Mondial released in 1988 well known as the Mondial 3.2 it fairly coolest on red cabriolet body and had powered by a 3.2 L V8 Engine mated with 5-speed manual transmission. Found this one in craigslist for $59500 located in South Delta, BC. All looks perfect and mostly original is said excellent condition recently full major service, has 38,600 miles on it.

CHECK OUT: 1976 Ferrari 308 GT4 Dino

Compared with other models of Ferrari, the Mondial had a high roofline, easy to get entered thanks to a single long door either side and very comfortable with large interior space front and rear was friendly for your legs and is a perfect combination with excellent all-round visibility seemed is good for fun especially in summer.

October 5, 2015

Rare Yellow, 1988 Ferrari Testarossa

Rare Yellow 1988 Ferrari Testarossa

Rare Yellow, 1988 Ferrari Testarossa

This rarely Ferrari come in yellow is a 12-cylinder mid-engine sports car coming from Italy, yes this is a first generation Ferrari Testarossa released in 1988 and this a U.S. versions he bring a 4.9 litre flat-12 engine with forty-eight valves it produce 380 hp only 5.2 seconds needed to get accelerate from 0-60 mph and 180 mph is the maximum speed. So it's a real Italian muscle car come with rarely color always kept in garage according its miles.

The pics as confirm, it looks great and awesome straight shape, no dent no rust and no other bad mentioned like most car collection. Interior and engine looks pretty clean as well as good maintenance also. No much information by seller but you able to ask. 9 of 10 points be given as low miles rarely yellow 1988 Ferrari Testarossa and the rest on your decision, forgotten or bring it up.

September 16, 2015

Rare, 1982 Ferrari 308 GTSi

Rare, 1982 Ferrari 308 GTSi

Do you remember American classic drama series in 80's takes in Hawaiian setting entitled Magnum, P.I. yes if remembered you should know and familiar this car. As the picture is a V8 mid-engined, 2-seater sports car the Ferrari 308 GTSi 1982 model year quite rare and it a survivor car very clean come with 34 K original miles and an impeccable maintenance history!

The pics as confirm, all looks awesome and perfect shape, all original perfect and works as well also, no bad mentioned and no needs nothing. More photos or videos just ask. Overall it a beautiful collectible Italian Sport Car, 1982 Ferrari 308 GTSi ready to go for $63000. If you interested go meet him and prepare your deep pocket. I hope it's a real car and no hidden by seller.

June 3, 2015

1994 Ferrari 348 Spider

1994 Ferrari 348 Spider For Sale

The Italian mid-engined, rear-wheel-drive V8-powered 2-seat sports car made by Ferrari, is being offered for sale by the owner on Craigslist. This successor of the 328 it's a Ferrari 348 was released in 1994 and comes in black spider body style and has 17033 original miles on it, excellent condition, and looking for a new home. It would be a beautiful item sitting nicely in the garage and keep it warm with your love.

This 1994 Ferrari 348 Spider is finished in black with a black convertible soft top and powered by a 3.4-liter DOHC V8 paired with a dogleg five-speed manual transaxle. The car was very well cared for, and routine service included replacing the fuel-sending unit and tires along with recharging the air conditioning system.

Detail by owner
Up for sale is my well cared for low mileage 1994 348. The car was purchased new at Newport Imports in September of 1993 and at the time a Clifford alarm was installed that is still working. I have paperwork for a major service performed by Virtuoso performance in April of 2007 at 11,280. I purchased the car in June of 2011 and had Virtuoso compete a comprehensive PPI and a car fax on the car prior to purchase - I can forward to interested buyers. I had Nick Forza Ferrari in Washington do a complete major including a new clutch, all belts, hoses, bearings etc in May of 2012. The car has been serviced (oil change and check up) in October of 2013 and 2014. I put a new Optima battery in the car in June of 2014. Everything works, all of the sticky has been removed, the previous owner installed fender shields, aluminum pedals, passenger foot rest and a 6 DC player with an Ipod hook up. Other than those items, the car is completely stock. It runs great, all gauges are working properly, the automatic belts are working properly there are no issues with the car that I am aware of other than the typical rock chips from being driven. I do my best to drive the car at least once a month for at least 20 miles. I have put about 5000 miles on the car since I bought it and have had no issues with it at all. S/N 097186 asking $49,500 USD including car cover and trickle charger. I have photos of the engine out service and electronic copies of the PPI, Car Fax and invoice for major service for anyone interested. All keys, tools, books and manuals are present.

February 2, 2015

Most Reliable, 1986 Ferrari 328 GTS

Most Reliable, 1986 Ferrari 328 GTS

Here's the beautiful sport car made by Ferrari, it's 328 was the successor to the Ferrari 308. The 328 is considered by some Ferrari enthusiasts to be one of the most reliable Ferraris. As the picture is a Ferrari 328 comes in GTS (Gran Turismo Spider) model, mean its comes with targa top.

Detail by owner
This is your chance to own one of the most reliable Ferrari's ever made. This 328 is a driving investment, with very low miles at 25,161. It had a full service and new interior done last month. We have lots of service records. Do not let this beauty pas you by.

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January 13, 2015

Always Garaged, 1988 Ferrari Mondial Convertible

Always Garaged, 1988 Ferrari Mondial Convertible

Here's convertible sport car styled by Pininfarina for Italian prancing horse Ferarri, built in 1988 comes in red and black leather has 34000 original miles and always garaged, ready to trade.

Detail by owner
1988 Ferrari Mondial Convertible 5 spd. Red on black low miles 34000. 3rd owner no accidents. No major imperfections. Always garaged. Will trade with cash for newer automatic corvette or diesel pick up.

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December 6, 2014

Yellow Ferrari 360 Modena 2001

Yellow Ferrari 360 Modena 2001

Italian Prancing Horse in yellow, this a Ferrari 360 Modena series built in 2001. An exceptionally low mileage example finished in Giallo yellow, benefitting from a recent service and cambelt change, This is a lovely well cared for example of the superb 360, The car has always been correctly maintained, dry stored through out its life.

Wreck Ferrari 250 GTO Just Fully Restored

Wreck Ferrari 250 GTO Just Fully Restored

The Lady in Blue, they call him, it's about the classic legend who has just returned to say great to remember. This Ferrari 250 GTO built in 1962, one of the stars of the tracks in the 60s had just been fully restored by the specialists from Maranello at Ferrari Classiche department, need more than two years of full restoration to its original engine and bodywork configuration, now ready goes to the United States return to its owner.

December 2, 2014

Italian Prancing Horse, 1976 Ferrari 308 GT4 Dino

Italian Prancing Horse, 1976 Ferrari 308 GT4 Dino

Unveiling the Iconic 1976 Ferrari 308 GT4 Dino: A Timeless Marvel of Italian Engineering

Step into the world of automotive excellence with the unveiling of the iconic 1976 Ferrari 308 GT4 Dino. This masterpiece from the Italian Prancing Horse stable redefines luxury, performance, and innovation. Delve into the history and engineering prowess behind this groundbreaking model that continues to captivate enthusiasts worldwide.

The 1976 Ferrari 308 GT4 Dino stands as a testament to Enzo Ferrari's visionary design and engineering brilliance. This red 2+2 coupe boasts a mid-engined V8 powerhouse, setting it apart from its contemporaries. Despite its moniker, the Dino 308 GT4 deviates from the traditional V12 Ferraris, showcasing Ferrari's commitment to innovation and versatility.

September 9, 2014

Classic Coupe 1983 Ferrari 400i

Classic Coupe 1983 Ferrari 400i

Classic Coupe 1983 Ferrari 400i

Here's an Italian classic coupe produced by Ferrari, it's a 400i built in 1983 and comes as a 2-door Coupe powered by a 4.8L FI V12 engine blowing 310 hp. This is a very rare opportunity to acquire a good-looking Ferrari 400i, finished in Rosso Corsa.

Detail about this Ferrari by owner
1983 Ferrari 400i 2-door coupe
As the car has been dry stored for the past 8 years, the underside is very solid.
Before turning the engine over, or attempting to start it we took every precaution and performed an oil and filter change.

Plugs out, the engine turned over smoothly.

We replaced the original ignition module with a new MSD unit along with new spark plugs.

It now runs, but the cold start/choke needs attention as it’s been stood for so long.

We also had to do something about the original exhaust that was on it. It was cracked and blowing. So we removed the whole thing, from the headers back, and installed straight-through stainless, for now. (It’s very loud so will need silencers installing!)

Plenty of past bills, receipts and all relevant paperwork – including the original service book.

The car is currently displaying 46,000 miles, but we believe it to have had an odometer change in the past. Therefore mileage is approximately 90,000, taking into account the odometer change.

The bodywork isn’t the best. It does need attention. The bottom half of the doors, especially - as the paint has crazed there.

If you want the bodywork to be perfect, it’d need a re-spray. But if you’re looking at having a usable Ferrari you can drive and park anywhere? This would make an ideal winter project.

The interior is in very good order for its age, with high quality Claret carpets with champagne beige Connolly leather. It has extended black leather dashboard and console.

This is a Ferrari. 400’s have started to appreciate in value, and will continue to do so.
For someone with some time to spend on it, this Ferrari would be a very wise investment. Don’t waste time and money restoring lesser marques. – This is a V12 Ferrari.

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