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Here is an example of an early Fiberglass 308 which seems to be a good bargain:

Coys Fine Motor Cars
An Important Auction of British and Continental Sports & Touring Cars, Motorcycles and Collectors Items
Thursday 3rd March 2005

1977 Ferrari 308 GTB

Registration no: TAP 720R
Chassis no: 22399
Estimate: £15,000-18,000

This early 1977 308 GTB was purchased by it's New York based owner in 1996 from its first owner a Californian collector who was forced to part with the car in a divorce settlement. At the time of purchase the car had covered a mere 18,000 miles and current mileage stands at 23,000 miles. TAP 720R was imported into the UK in 1998. More recently it has been carefully dry stored and benefited from a full service prior to this which included 4 new tyres, a new distributor and HT leads. Reluctantly for sale only due to a lack of recent use, the car comes with valid MOT certificate, is on the button and is ready to be enjoyed by its next lucky owner.


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It used to be (early 90s) the Yellow cars that would fetch a premium! As up to that time 90% of all cars that came out of the factory were red. The second most popular color was black. At the bottom of the list was yellow. Or so I was told by FoD at that time. I'd actually say that the yellow should be a plus for the car given the rarity of the color at time of manufacture.

I'd love to have a Fly Yellow Ferrari.
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