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Offline anotherforumuser

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http://www.carpoint.com.au/all-cars/private/details.aspx?Cr=7&R=12475300&keywords=&trecs=212&__sid=137C5968A94D&__Ns=pCar_PriceSort_Decimal

Havent seen a dry sump, glass body 308 anywhere near this price in how long? Says its only done 29k as well. Could be the best Ferrari collector buy in the country at the moment, so long as it's not like the JPS Lotus.



Offline allanuber


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Nice find.

There's a few lovely classics around at good prices, the GFC grind's making maintenance of older cars seem a bit scary to many would be buyers.
C'mon, do it!



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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That car was very rusty last I knew. It could have been fixed I guess, but I doubt it.



Offline anotherforumuser

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That car was very rusty last I knew. It could have been fixed I guess, but I doubt it.

Hopefully not the body.  :p  that is probably the, "needs some tidying up," part. Theres a concourse, blue, glass bodied car for sale for $20k more but not listed as a dry sump car. It looks beautiful and also a genuine Koenigsegg turbo for sale atm.



Offline allanuber


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Hopefully not the body.  :p  that is probably the, "needs some tidying up," part. Theres a concourse, blue, glass bodied car for sale for $20k more. It looks beautiful and also a genuine Koenigsegg turbo for sale atm.

Linky to Turbo!
C'mon, do it!






Offline Fil-Ski


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oops just Koenig ... not Koenigsegg, not sure if theyre related.
$80k
http://www.carsales.com.au/dealer/details/ferrari-308-1984-12747507?base=1216&vertical=Car&cr=3&eapi=2&__N=1246%201247%201252%201282%204294966380%204294956748%201216&silo=Stock&Range=Price:Min,Max~1&sort=default

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Genuine Factory Koenig Turbo and Body. This is a rare and unique opportunity to acquire a potential collectors item for the Ferrari enthusiast

Not in that condition its not.



Offline Brenton

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so of the 308 F cars, which one is the one to have.



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Whether it be rust or not, fglass cars can have even more body problems than the steel cars.

Personally, a steel uk gtb or glass car, cant be separated.

If you must have a glass car, at least get a dry sump. The aussie cars are wet sumps, they're perfectly fine, just not as special as uk dry sumpers.

But, a body job alone can munch $50k or more.



Offline anotherforumuser

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so of the 308 F cars, which one is the one to have.

Dry sump car is the most collectible, will depend on what is needed being done to it.
The Blue glass car is beautiful, collectible, but not as collectible.



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