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  Ferrari 308 GTB Group 4
 

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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1978 - 1985
Numbers built:11
Internal name:F106 AB
Designed by:Pininfarina
Successor:Ferrari 308 GTB Group B
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:May 15, 2013
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Chassis 20373 Ordered new from Michelotto by Charles Pozzi, this 308 GTB Group 4 served mainly as a test and reconnaissance car for Jean-Claude Andruet during the 1982 season. At the end of the year, Pozzi sold the car to a French gentleman driver racing under the confidence inspiring pse>>>

Chassis 20951 Chassis 20951 was the very first example built by Michelotto and used extensively in Italian events between 1978 and 1980. Pinto raced it to the type's outright victory at the Rallye de Monza in 1979. At the end of 1980, it was sold to Pozzi, who fielded it in the Hunsruck R>>>

Chassis 21071 Using an earlier fibreglass bodied donor Ferrari 308 GTB, this Group 4 racer was built by Michelotto late in 1981, in preparation for the 1982 season. It was campaigned by the Pioneer backed Charles Pozzi / Ferrari France team for Jean Claude Andruet that year. The talented >>>

Chassis 21883 Using a 1977 chassis, this Ferrari 308 GTB Group 4 was not raced in period. It eventually passed into American hands, and was raced at a variety of contemporary events between 1986 and 1992. In more recent years, chassis 21883 was campaigned in historic events on both sides >>>

Chassis 31135 Built in 1981 by Michelotto, this Group 4 308 GTB was sold new to Francis Vincent. He extensively and successfully campaigned it during the 1982 season in France and Belgium with Willy Huret as his co-driver. Their best result was an outright win in the Rallye de Mont-Blanc.>>>


  Article Image gallery (67) Chassis (5) Specifications