1975 Ferrari 308 GT4 Red 5 speed

Price: US $54,000.00 Item location: Wichita, Kansas, United States
  • Make: Ferrari
  • Model: 308
  • Type: Sports
  • Trim: GT4
  • Year: 1975
  • Mileage: 54,000
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 8cyl 2926cc (250hp DIN) 5M
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1975 Ferrari 308 GT4

1975 Ferrari Dino 308 GT4. Red with Black interior. 54,000 Miles. The motor was rebuilt at 50,000 miles.I am listing this car for my friend. He just don't drive it enough so he decided to let this one go. New Per Tronix Ingition, Plug wires ect ect ect. Carburetors have been all rebuilt. Transmission shifts fine. Original jack in leather bag. Has owners book! Has had a repaint at some point of its life. Super fun to drive!!! Any questions please call me at 316-734-2499. BUYER PAYS ALL SHIPPING COST. A NON REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT OF $500 DUE WITHIN 2 DAYS OF AUCTION END. BALANCE DUE IN 5 DAYS. NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY. BUYER PAYS ALL SHIPPING COST. I RESERVE THE RIGHT TO END MY AUCTION EARLY BECAUSE ITEMS ARE FOR SALE LOCALLY. THANK YOU AND GOOD LUCK BIDDING



The Dino 308 GT4 was a milestone achievement for the Ferrari marque, and a highlight of the 1970s when it comes to supercar engineering. The Dino name was given for Enzo Ferrari’s son, who died in 1956 at age 24, and it was denoted in particular on the engine used in these particular models. As this release was originally being created at Bertone under the watchful eye of Mr. Ferrari using the talents of designer Marcello Gandini, the end goals desired were achieved spectacularly. Indeed, Enzo himself used a pre-production mock-up version to personally determine positioning of the steering, pedal work and seating. As a result, the 2+2 GT4 offers actual 360-degree visibility with no blind spots, excellent upright seating, a rear seat area, a trunk and easy engine access. The first production car from Ferrari with mid-engine V-8 positioning—as well as bodywork by Bertone as opposed to the decades-long collaboration with Pininfarina—it is stated that the 1975 Dino 308 GT4 models were the only Ferrari legally imported into the United States that year. Also the year that factory-pilot Niki Lauda won the Formula One drivers championship and Ferrari won the F1 Constructors’ title, this design would be the only 2+2 Ferrari raced with factory support. The supercar offered here showcases the production cues, and it features a detailed 2.9L (2,927cc) aluminum-construction DOHC V-8 engine. Due to its transverse-mounted positioning, this is coupled directly to the 5-speed transaxle gearbox, which uses a gated shift mechanism. GT4s used a 100.4-inch wheelbase tubular space frame, and Lauda was involved in the suspension design, which uses double wishbones, anti-roll bars, coaxial telescopic shocks and coil springs. Serial No. 10668 has new green paint and a newly-freshened red interior. For those who understand the importance of the 1975 Dino GT4 308, this car presents an excellent opportunity to own a product of a very important moment in the history of Ferrari S.p.A.