Ferrari 208 GT4 Dino 2+2
Ferrari 208 GT4 Dino 2+2, bouwjaar 28 februari 1975, 103.820 km’s, Rood met zwart stoffen bekleding. In zeer mooie en strakke staat!
Geïmporteerd in 2015 vanuit Zweden, nieuw geleverd in Italië. 1 van slechts 840 stuks geproduceerd!
Zeer strakke carrosserie, mooi en net interieur en volledig onderhoud reeds uitgevoerd.
Rijdt heerlijk met een super mooi geluid..
Handgeschakeld (5 versnellingen), radio en 16inch Ferrari-velgen.
Volledig onderhoud inclusief distributie recent gedaan. APK tot 4 december 2019.
Het is een 2.0 liter 8-cilinder benzinemotor met 170 pk (127 KW).
Gewicht: 1260 kg. Topsnelheid 220 km/h.
“The GT4 was a groundbreaking model for Ferrari in several ways: it was the first production Ferrari to feature the mid-engined V8 layout that would become the bulk of the company’s business in the succeeding decades, and was the first production Ferrari with Bertone (rather than Pininfarina) designed bodywork. Pininfarina was upset by the decision to give cross-town rival Bertone the design, considering all they had done for Ferrari. The styling featured angular lines entirely different from its curvaceous 2-seater brother, the Dino 246, and was controversial at the time. Some journalists compared it to the Bertone-designed Lancia Stratos and Lamborghini Urraco, also penned by Marcello Gandini. From the cockpit the driver sees only the road. Enzo Ferrari himself took a major role in its design, even having a mock-up made where he could sit in the car to test different steering, pedals and cockpit seating positioning.
The suspension was fully independent, with double wishbones, anti-roll bars, coaxial telescopic shock absorbers and coil springs on both axles. Niki Lauda helped set up the chassis.
Introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in 1975, the 208 GT4 was a low-displacement version of the V8 produced for the Italian market, where cars with engines larger than two litres were subjected to a doubled VAT (38%). The engine was de-bored to (66.8×71 mm) 2.0 L (1991 cc) V8, resulting in the smallest production V8 in history for a road car.
Power output is 170 PS (125 kW) at 7700 rpm for a top speed of 220 km/h. Smaller Weber 34 DCNF carburetors, a lower final drive ratio and skinnier tires completed the technical changes for the 208. Chrome (rather than black) accents outside and the lack of fog lights were external visual indicators of the smaller-engined GT4. Inside the 208 GT4 featured a black rather than silver dash facing.
The 208 GTB replaced the 208 GT4 in 1980, after only 840 cars had been built.”