Evaluation: Swiss domiciled and two owners from new with 52,510 km (32,628 mi). Original except for a quality repaint recent enough that it appears to be free of nicks and chips. The engine compartment and chassis are neat but aged. The upholstery is sound, lightly worn, and surface creased with some dye loss on the seatback bolsters. A quality car that has enjoyed an easy and caring life.
Bottom Line: One of 712 fiberglass bodied early 308 GTBs, which weigh some 330 pounds less than the later steel-bodied 308 GTBs. These early examples have always been sought by collectors who recognize their importance and the performance that less mass powered by a four-Weber carbureted 255hp engine provides. This is a representative result for one and should be satisfying to its new owner who will be able to dust off later V-8 Ferraris through the 328 QV and make a 348 struggle to keep up.
Where is the car located? Is it in Switzerland?
The online description says it’s been in Switzerland its entire life.
Beyond that we do not know.