I couldn't even start to imagine how that could be done.
Firstly the 3.0 V8 sits transversely, so adding an extra 2 cyls length to the engine would surely need some widening of the bodywork?
Secondly the V8s sit on top of & in front of the gearbox, with the gear sump & engine sumps "married" together. How you can convert a longitudinal engine to this configuration without spending your entire inheritance would be sure interesting to know!
Maybe easier with a Boxer 12 complete with transaxle?
The conversion used a dual cam 365 motor (not the 4 cam Daytona motor) and the stock 308 transaxle, along with a lot of machine work. There were plans sold for a while that explained how to do it. Somewhere around here I have one of those books that reprints a collection of magazine articles, and they had a review of the car. As I recall, more torque than stock, not so rev-happy as stock, a faster car.
AtlantaMan over at FerrariChat has a V12 308, although I think it's apart right now. JRV at Ferrari-Talk has also done the conversion and has some poor pics on his website.
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