, 2022-12-25 14:30:00,
Ferrari’s mass-produced supercar is still a banger with an unmatched V-8 symphony, and this once abondoned model can now thrive again
Rear look of the 1979 Ferrari 308 GTB
Ferrari is a sensation in the automotive world, and while it has a niche audience, the company has evolved through the ages, offering the best of luxury and performance. Among many successful models that debuted over time, the 308 GTB is one of the best Ferraris to have hit the road. However, one of the 2,897 examples spent more than 10 years hidden away in a garage and could not experience the freeway speeds for a long time. Fortunately, the folks from the YouTube channel JR Garage bought this used 1979 308 GTB for the price of a Honda Accord, which means about $25,000. Do you think it was worth the risk and cost, considering the supercar is almost half a century old? Of course, and the Ferrari got its life back. Hurrah!
This 1979 Ferrari Was Bought Brand New In Arizona
Front view of the 1979 Ferrari 308 GTB
This Ferrari 308 is a 1979 model, meaning it has a fixed roof, or a Berlinetta, in Ferrari language. Unfortunately, this is not the earlier fiberglass iterations, which sheds an additional 331 pounds over the steel body model….
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