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Welcome wanta308. You should have no real problems with such a car, but do spend some good time checking out a range of cars before jumping in. The 308 is getting on in age and the differences between cars will be significant. Wait for the right one that has been well looked after & isn't a basket-case.

You will need to check local parts costs as they will vary depending on supply in your area. A Ferrari workshop will also be able to give you $$ estimates for the main services to help you budget - doing DIY would be cheaper of course.

Spannering shouldn't be too hard. Most stuff is straightforward although can be fiddly, eg access to front cyl bank, access to timing cover, balancing the carbs, etc.

Bear in mind that the earliest 308s are fibreglass and actually attract a price premium. Good luck.
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