That’s the first time we see a Ferrari 308 in these conditions; true, this car is now 38 years old but still we didn’t expect to find one in these disassembled conditions.
The seller says that the main reason why this car has been disassembled it’s because the previous owner wanted to install a bigger engine along with other modifications to make it a proper exotic hot-rod: then, the California anti pollution laws kicked in and so the project has been abandoned. At least for once, those laws have saved a car from a tragedy.
The seller says that the car is quite complete with the exception of the seats and the instruments cluster: that’s not a little thing as you can easily imagine how much they could cost when you find them. He also says that the car is basically rustless and that there are many boxes of spare parts to check: not an easy job but definitely worth it (at the right price). Find it for sale here in Pleasanton, CA, with bidding at $34,000 and reserve price not met.