Characteristics

8-cylinder V engine

Engine capacity: 3000 cc

Rear-wheel drive

 Revealed to the public at the 1975 Paris Motor Show, the Ferrari 308 GTB (308 for 3 litres 8 cylinders) was designed by Pininfarina, which put an end to the Bertone period and the 308 GT4 series. If the tubular chassis is directly inherited from the Dino 246 GT, the Ferrari 308 GTB is powered by an evolution of the 90° tipo F106 AL V8 with four overhead camshafts that equipped the 308 GT4. This magnificent group is made entirely of alloy, has dry sump lubrication and develops 220 hp in its first carburettor version.Marking Ferrari’s return to the road races, the 308 GTB « Michellelo » berlinettes became famous in the hands of the biggest names, such as the hotshot Jean Claude Andruet, who won the Targa Florio in 1981 and the Tour de France Automobile a year later behind its wheel. Approved in Group 4 in 1978, the V8s of the 308 get an injection, are coupled to a gearbox without synchronisation and an 80% ZF limited slip differential. Used mainly by private teams, such as that of Charles Pozzi, Ferrari importer for France. This Ferrari 308 GTB was assembled both in terms of bodywork and mechanics, with respect for the homologation sheet for the group 4 of this period.Decorated in the same livery as the one driven by Jean Claude Andruet, notably in the Tour Auro, it has participated in the 2013 Legend Boucles de Spa with the great and late driver Bjorn Waldegaard behind the wheel.

Characteristics

8-cylinder V engine

Engine capacity: 3000 cc

Rear-wheel drive

 Revealed to the public at the 1975 Paris Motor Show, the Ferrari 308 GTB (308 for 3 litres 8 cylinders) was designed by Pininfarina, which put an end to the Bertone period and the 308 GT4 series. If the tubular chassis is directly inherited from the Dino 246 GT, the Ferrari 308 GTB is powered by an evolution of the 90° tipo F106 AL V8 with four overhead camshafts that equipped the 308 GT4. This magnificent group is made entirely of alloy, has dry sump lubrication and develops 220 hp in its first carburettor version.Marking Ferrari’s return to the road races, the 308 GTB « Michellelo » berlinettes became famous in the hands of the biggest names, such as the hotshot Jean Claude Andruet, who won the Targa Florio in 1981 and the Tour de France Automobile a year later behind its wheel. Approved in Group 4 in 1978, the V8s of the 308 get an injection, are coupled to a gearbox without synchronisation and an 80% ZF limited slip differential. Used mainly by private teams, such as that of Charles Pozzi, Ferrari importer for France. This Ferrari 308 GTB was assembled both in terms of bodywork and mechanics, with respect for the homologation sheet for the group 4 of this period.Decorated in the same livery as the one driven by Jean Claude Andruet, notably in the Tour Auro, it has participated in the 2013 Legend Boucles de Spa with the great and late driver Bjorn Waldegaard behind the wheel.