308 Ferrari Converted to 288 GTO

Price: US $225,000.00 Item location: Milford, Delaware, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ferrari
  • Model: 308
  • Year: 1980
  • Mileage: 31,000
  • VIN: ZFFAA02A0A0031663
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1980 Ferrari 308

Custom 288 GTO installed on car by Professionals, Chris Hukill http://www.hukill-graphics.com,
The Motor was replaced with a Quattrovalve European Motor and Transmission by Ferrparts in California.
The motor was sent to Bob Norwood, http://www.bobnorwood.com, in in Rockwood Texas with 21000 miles on motor, to be completely rebuilt with new pistons Carrillo rods and all the bells and whistles, heads tricked out, and transmission completely tricked for performance street and track racing. Racing Kevlar and custom made pressure plate and set up. Motec Computer system was installed. Custom built cooling system and exhaust, fans and aluminum racing radiator replaced.
Since its been worked on, it doesn't have 300 miles on it.
Real GTO racing lights installed, out of a real GTO compliments of Mr. Norwood.
Rebuilt rotors and brakes from Bob Norwood's world record Ferrari car from Bonneville Salts http://www.bobnorwood.com/Terminal_Velocity_Norwood_8_2-Liter_Power_on_the_Salt.html
The windows were turborised, The AC was upgraded to have a larger condenser. Red 328 Ferrari gauges, and push button start. As well as adjustable coil shocks.
This car has an adjustable boost gauge in the trunk to run on pump gas @ about 400HP or adjust to 700HP.
Everything has been replaced on this car from bumper to bumper. Bob Norwood rewired the car; he gave this car the complete racing package. Every light bulb has been changed. Aftermarket GTO NOS... rims... all the gas lines have been replaced on the car... this isn't like I just had the motor replaced I DID EVERYTHING I COULD GET!
You can not a get real GTO unless you're a millionaire, no wait.. let me rephrase that.. to get a real GTO, a GTO owner will have to sell it for about 2 million dollars, only 271 or 273 were made.. 43 of them got whacked lol. I got this car to be as close to it as I can afford.
To build one of these, the countless effort and stress to find the parts and the right people to get the job done like I've got it done. This isn't a fiero this is a european car.. it would cost well over the 300k mark.
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