|Engine Options||2926cc V8 cyl DOHC|
|Max Power||230 horsepower|
|Max Speed||150 mph|
|Parts & Support|
A couple of firsts here: Ferrari's first ever V8 engine and the first mid-engined four-seater. The 308 was bigger than the Dino 246 (wheelbase extended by 8.4 inches) and much more practical. However, Bertone's angular styling did not come off well and that is the main reason why the 308 GT4 is the cheapest Ferrari of any description today - bargains abound if you steer clear of abused ones. There was also a 208 model, which was a 2-liter tax-break model for Italy alone. Not often seen this side of the Atlantic. The standard 308 3-liter engine gave decent performance. Ferrari badges not officially used until 1975 and the 'Dino' nametag was dropped in '77. Prices for an excellent 308 of this era start around $23,000 and don't go much higher than $28,000.