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308 GTB FIBERGLASS, S/N 19211

308 GTB FIBERGLASS, S/N 19211 (1976 Euro. prod.). Rare dry sump V8. Over $100K invested! 288 GTO-type body with 20 original full-size blueprints. Recent full cam belt service. Lots of history, books & records. Buy for 60-70% less than invested. $37,500. 11/02
[email protected], 303-210-6719 (CO)

308 GTB FIBERGLASS, S/N 20041 (Euro. prod.). European dry sump, single distributor. EPA/DOT releases. Fly yellow with tan leather & red carpets. 29,000 original miles. New Michelins on European optional 16" wheels. Recent full service including timing, belts, new clutch & new brake booster. True concours condition as seen at Palo Alto Concours, Concorso Italiano & upcoming Newport Coast Concours. Photos online. $50,000. 9/03
Dennis Glavis, MorganWest, www.morganwest.net, [email protected], 310-998-3311, fax 310-998-3306 (CA)

These two are US Cars

308 GTB FIBERGLASS, S/N 19405 (1976 USA prod.). Red with tan interior. Multiple award winning concours car, all original. 39,000 miles. Photos online. $42,900. 10/03
www.pro-auto.com, 215-633-0775 (PA)

there is also one at www.siloconvalleyautogroup.com which used to be Los Gatos Ferrari. It's a US car, Red/Tan, all service just done, 44,000 miles, last US Glass car (per them). $44.5k
 
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Sean,

Thanks a lot!

The


Sean,

Thanks a lot!

The second one seems kind of pricey, but the first one sounds promising. I'm in Houston right now, again (Running of the Bulls!!!), so I'll look into it when I get back home.

How is your own search going? Good I hope. Slow season for these cars is coming. Maybe there will be more that pop up for sale!

Cheers
 
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Search is going poor.

Found


Search is going poor.

Found one in St.Louis but you already saw my "PPI Questions" post about this subject. Guy is an idiot/a-hole and he can afford to wait for a sucker to come along.

2nd one in NJ area. Says all service performed by "??-Dealer/shop"..call ??-Dealer/shop to inquire about service. Response, "We have a record of an oil change, tune up and replacement of the fuel lines in 1994, that's it." Car has sat in storage since 1997. Guy wants $32k because "these cars are just going up in price". Funny, in the last nine months I've not seen one single steel 308GTB sell for even close to what he's asking.

Oh well, maybe someday I'll find one.
 
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