Ferrari 308/288 GTO Turbo
450 HP, fantastic opportunity to own a real racing Ferrari. Modified at a cost of 200 000 Euro. Available for road and track.
Very realistic price.Reinforced rear chassis section
Lightweight fiberglass bumpers
Front and rear brake cooling kits
Stainless steel brake racing hoses
Competition brake pads
Rebuilt suspension with new CV joints, wheel bearings, all bushings etc.
288 GTO fenders, front spoiler, doors, etc.
Light weight decklid
Large racing brakes front and rear (calipers and rotors)
Adjustable brake bias from the cockpit
Double adjustable shocks and racing springs
Adjustable rear sway bar
Solid bushing front sway bar
Solid Heim joint suspension bushing
Lightweight dash and instrument cluster
Safety racing fuel cell
Racing radiator and heat shield (15 gal)
Move battery and install two cut-off switches
3.2L Ferrari engine with Turbo charger and computerized F1 type fuel injection
Modified pistons and rings, GTO head gaskets, reset CAM timing and adjusted valves
Larger oil cooler
Reinforced tranny case
30 quart capacity dry sump oil system
O2 sensor with dash gauge
Brake water cooler
All body parts are quick release.
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