Comments - Ferrari's V8: 308/328

Published: Nov 27, 2012
Description: The 308 was the first production non-V12 Ferrari to actually wear a Ferrari badge, and it was a huge sales success for the brand. It was with this car that Ferrari finally started taking its smaller s...
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Jörgen Nilsson Nov 27, 2012
They were quick enough for their time.
Drew Humphrey Nov 27, 2012
Was always underpowered. A really good-looking car, but not the quickest thing...
zr1 Nov 28, 2012
Magnum drove a 308 (black bumpers among other changes)...this pic is a 328 with the body-colored bumper style.
Alex Renaud Nov 28, 2012
Is this the model that Magnum P.I. used in his show?
Tyler Tarbox Nov 27, 2012
Personally I prefer modern Ferraris but this is still cool
Aaron Crisp Nov 27, 2012
Lou I'm glad you shared that with us. I am not being sarcastic.
Lou Guerrero Nov 27, 2012
Bought a framed picture of a 308 for $1 and I've hung it in the bathroom of every apartment I've lived in. Still have it. Still hanging. Now you know.
Alex Renaud Nov 28, 2012
Yeah, the scale of the texture on the cement on the ground and the stucco on the wall give it away. The car looks good for model, however.
Thibault Leroy Nov 27, 2012
Yeah im pretty sure it is
Tino Domingue Nov 27, 2012
Thought to meself... Is that a toy car?
Description: The 308 GTB first debuted in 1975. It was related to the Dino 308 GT4, but was designed to actually be a replacement for the Dino 246, which had been in a role people had mistakenly believed was the p...
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Description: The engine was the same one found in the GT4, a 3.0-liter alloy V8 with a bank of four two-barrel Weber carburetors nestled in the 90 degree V. It produced slightly more horsepower in the GTB than it ...
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Tanton Stoneman Nov 27, 2012
Description: But the same year saw the introduction of the 308 GTS, a version of the car with a targa roof (the "S" stood for "Spyder"). But the car was still excellent, boasting a 0-62 time of...
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Description: The 308 was loved by the automotive press, and would achieve further fame on the show "Magnum P.I." But the definitive review was written for Car and Driver by P.J. O'Rourke and reprint...
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Lou Guerrero Nov 27, 2012
Haha, that's funny. Hard to imagine anything walking on a 930 at the time.
Elias Harb Nov 28, 2012
Coz its neat
Lou Guerrero Nov 27, 2012
Classic Ferrari interior is why.
Kyle Rawn Nov 27, 2012
I don't know why, but I love this interior.
Description: Five seconds and he was nothing but a bathtub-shaped dot in the mirrors. I suppose he could have kept up, but driving one of those ass-engined Nazi slot cars must be a task at around 225 percent of t...
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Chris Huff Nov 27, 2012
V hahahaha
Tanton Stoneman Nov 27, 2012
That made me laugh so hard!
Lou Guerrero Nov 27, 2012
Ass-engined Nazi slot cars.
Description: This was the last mid-engine V8 Ferrari with a transverse engine, but the move away from this setup wasn't due to a lack of popularity. By the time the 328 was replaced by the 348 in 1989, a tota...
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Jörgen Nilsson Nov 27, 2012
Stunningly beautiful!
Janak Solanki Nov 27, 2012
So sexy
Description: To this day, the 328 is deemed the most reliable of all Ferraris as well, and both the 308 and the 328 are relatively easy to work on, since regular maintenance doesn't require that you remove th...
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Jörgen Nilsson Nov 28, 2012
Yeah, buying a cheap used Ferrari will cost you a lot.
Michael Sakkas Nov 28, 2012
You can't get a good one for even close to 20k. A good one is is 30-35k. The ones in the 20's on flea bay are the USA 2valves with shitty service history,
Lou Guerrero Nov 28, 2012
Everyone knows that classic Ferraris are expensive. If you have a budget of $20K then look elsewhere because it will bury you. Some people can deal with it.
Lou Guerrero Nov 27, 2012
Well, Erich doesn't get classic cars. I suppose you want them all off the roads and crushed into cubes for being impractical and useless pieces of HISTORY!
Daniel Eads Nov 27, 2012
No, Tyler just about summed it up.
Tyler Ray DeFord Nov 27, 2012
Cause it's a Ferrari and its pretty
Matthew Mazzarelli Nov 27, 2012
You pretty much summed it up there.