Lot 148- 1980 Ferrari 308 GTS

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“A portion of the proceeds from the sales  here from Jims Classic Museum will go directly to their non-profit teaching museum, so please feel good knowing this is not just a car you’re getting, it’s helping change lives while keeping these classics relevant”.

Ferrari 308 GTS I bought this particular Ferrari because it has excellent bones. The overall condition was excellent when we bought it, but without having any documentation, we wanted to perform the major service and document everything from compression to leak down results (both are excellent)We hired a local Ferrari specialist to perform a major ($14,500 worth) service to everything on this car. It runs the way it should. The body and paint are in excellent condition. This is a great car with recent major service records. We also have for sale, a full owners manual for this year, make, and model car that could go with the car. It is in excellent shape, and came with another 1980 Ferrari we had several years ago. This car is turn-key and ready to be driven.