Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: War Eagle Arkansas
Ferrari Life Posts: 178
Mileage is so easy to alter that unless you have a box full of receipts to connect the dots, most people arent going to pay a big premium for it sold as a project. Sold for parts, the mileage is meaningless, its just another parts car and I cant imagine anyone paying a premium for 308 parts because they might be off a lower mileage car.
If you can get some kind of proof like a Heritage certificate from Ferrari that the motor and gearbox are original to the car, and IF you can put together a believable history of service records and ownership that backs up the mileage, and IF you put the car back together correctly and fully serviced (photo documented would be a big plus), you may very well have a highly desirable car people would pay a premium for. But it has to be the whole package with tools and books and the like.
Unfortunately, the amount of money and effort it would take to bring it to that level would cost more than you will ever recover from a sale. You'll have a lot less headache just selling it as is and taking your lumps. Or, do it yourself.
How about posting some pics of the car, I think many would have a much better idea what you have if we knew more about it.