If your exotic sports car was stolen decades ago, don’t give up hope just yet. As it turns out, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection can end up recovering your rosso corsa wonder, even if it’s 28 years later some bastards took her.
I can’t get over the awesome animation of this 308 in the Archer promo in the (perfect) style of Magnum P.I. And for comparison:
If Thomas Magnum ever got fed up with being the best private detective Oahu had to offer and went racing instead, you know he’d have gone for a 308 GTB rally car despite anything Higgins had to say to the contrary.
Hey, there’s a Ferrari Group B rally car for sale.
I'm one of those people whose automotive obsessions change on a weekly basis. Hourly sometimes, even. What can I say? There are a lot of great cars out there. And lately I have found myself lusting after a Ferrari 308 GTB or GTS. This video reinforces that.
The late 1970s heralded a golden period for Ferrari design. Sure, the Ferrari 308 will forever go down as the Poor Man's Ferrari, due to a whole host of issues, but there's no denying how good it looks.
What if I told you there was a rally where a BMW M1 raced for top honors against a Lancia 037, a Renault 5 Turbo, and a Ferrari 308? Welcome to the Tour Auto 1982.
This is the 1982 Monte Carlo Rally. It was a largely dry event, but it did have its snow-covered Alpine roads, and it also had a Ferrari 308.
Is The Ferrari 308 GTB the most under-appreciated car with a prancing horse on it? After watching this video, you might think so.
Since retiring from competition, Finnish ex-rally driver Kari Mäkelä has been busy building badass Michelotto rally-car replicas out of classic Ferrari 308s. Let's take a look at what goes into a typical build. Strap in; you may be here a while.
Here's a nice Ferrari 308 GTSi selling on eBay with a suspiciously low bid. Why? Oh, it's got a Pontiac Fiero engine. We present to you the world's first reverse Fauxrarri.
This 1979 Ferrari 308 GTB is for sale on eBay. It's probably in better condition now than when Maranello birthed it. The obsessively maintained car has not only been meticulously maintained, it's been updated to provide better performance and reliability.
The idea of dropping a mint condition 6.2 L Lamborghini V12 into a mid-engine Vegamino is pure sex, but in order to get there, a supercar must die. How are you going find such a donor? Well, Eurospares seem to be just the place to find those tasty morsels of fine Italian delights. Absolutely wonderful for modern car…
While the 8-door '57 Chrysler limo almost beat out the stretched Ferrari 400i limo in our last Choose Your Eternity poll (and what an upset of reigning PCH Superpower, Italy, that would have been!), V12 power and Italian build quality seem to have triumphed over fins and rust. Today we need to see how Italy fares…