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You can now book a one to one appointment (up to one hour) to view this lot at our central location. Please contact the member of staff associated with this lot to secure your appointment. The health and safety of both our customers and team remains the utmost priority, we are therefore operating to strict COVID-19 guidelines and full instructions will be given when making your appointment.1 of just233 right-hand drive QVs produced.Supplied in July 1985 to HR OwenFinished inNero Daytona metallicwith Crema hide piped in NeroOptioned from new withair conditioning, a deep front spoiler and a rear aerofoil60,253 miles supported by a comprehensiveand detailed service historyMajor cambelt serviceplus other maintenance work in December 2018 at60,118 milesRecent new tyres, refurbished wheels, minor cosmetic paintwork and the leather ConnolisedLovely, late production, matching numbers, QV in superb conditionOctober 1975, saw the debut at the Paris Motor Show of the most successful shape ever to wear the Cavallino Rampante emblem, the Ferrari 308 and during its comparativelylong production run from 1975 - 1989, over 20,000 examples of all engine types and sizes were produced. This new car was constructed on a traditional steel tube chassis, but its beautiful body was initially manufactured in GRP and then after two years, Scaglietti started making GTBs in steel. The 3-litre, four-cam V8 was more or less unchanged until March 1981 when Bosch fuel injection was added in place of the 4 double-choke Webers, reducing the engine's power output significantly, although the final drive was altered on these cars to give similar acceleration to acarburettorcar. Two years later, the 4-valve per cylinder Quattrovalvole or 'QV' model pushed output back up to 240 hp restoring the status quo. European spec cars boasted higher horsepower than cars built for the American market and were lighter. Only 748 308 GTB/S QV models were produced and they are considered by many to be the most desirable of all the 308 variations as they are the fastest and most subtly styled with a deep front valance, racing mirrors and short lightweight bumpers.A late production car, this lovely Spider is one of just233 right-hand drive QVs produced and was supplied in July 1985 to HR Owen in London. It's an original factory right-hand drive, matching numbers car in Nero Daytona metallicwith Crema hide piped in Nero and was optioned from new withair conditioning, a deep front spoiler and a rear aerofoil. Ithas now covered just over60,000mls supported by a comprehensiveand detailed service history due in part to the last owner who had the car serviced annually by the Ferrari Centre in Kent for the last 20 years (invoices in the file). The early history is recorded in the original service book which accompanies the otherhandbooks in its original wallet andthere arealso copies of the original supply documents from the Maranello Archive. The car had a major service and replacement cam belts plus other maintenance work carried out in December 2018 @ 60,118 miles (currently showing 60,253 miles) and, more recently,has benefitted from new tyres (with all wheels refurbished), some minor cosmetic paintwork and the leather Connolised.It's currently fitted witha high-grade alarm system and uprated Hi-Fi. In superb condition for its age and mileage, this rare RHD, QV Spider has patently been well looked after by all its owners and is a fantastic example of the ultimate evolution of the 308.Beautiful and easy to drive, with excellent reliability, a wonderful sound, handling and overall driving experience (especially with the roof off!), these cars are exceptional value compared to other Ferraris in the market today.Video of the Ferrari 308 GTS QVFerrari 308 GTS QVhttps://youtu.be/mn7_28sZ13Utrue

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