Eric Hutchison of San Diego-based Electric GT bought this burned-out 1978 Ferrari 308 GTS for ten grand, dumped the V8 and fitted 465 horsepower's worth of electric motors. The result is an electric sports car unlike any other.
Season six of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee premieres on June 3. The recently released trailer provides a hint at some of what's coming, including a Lamborghini Countach, Aston Martin DB5, Ferrari 308, and more. Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jim Carrey are appearing as guests.
Tax The Rich, the YouTube channel that exists mainly to terrorize ultra-rare, ultra-expensive cars like the Jaguar XJ220, Ferrari Enzo and Rolls-Royce Phantom, has come out with its first video in two months, starring one of the rarest Ferraris of the past 40 years – the 288 GTO.
In the pantheon of 80s pop culture, few cars have such provenance as the Ferrari 308. Sure, vehicular icons like the DeLorean and Pontiac Trans Am (especially in time machine and KITT guise) made us swoon back in the day, but there's something about the bright red Italian that makes it stand out; perhaps it is the 308's performance credibility, at least when compared to other memorable cars of its ilk.
The Legend Boucles de Spa is a historic rally held in the Ardennes Forest around Spa, Belgium, and it commemorates the actual Boucle de Spa rally races held for 37 years from 1953 to 1990. The drill is simple: lots of drivers plotting vintage machinery at various levels of anger through the trees.
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