Evaluation: Represented as the original engine and gearbox, 37,799 km from new, known history. Good repaint with small cracks and chips, cracked hood badge and roof panel seal. Sound original upholstery and carpets. Clean original engine compartment showing age. Ferrari Classiche certified. Not pristine, but surprisingly good for its age; however, there is no mention of service history.
Bottom Line: Yes, the color is rare and the kilometerage is low, but that is no reason for it to bring this much money—at least 50 percent more than it might have brought on a very good day. 308s have been coming back in value recently, but this is a curve-setting price that defies logic. From the “Gold Collection”, a no reserve group of five similarly-liveried cars (Jensen, two 911’s and two Ferraris), this is the sole example that broke the bank.