Auction Block: 1984 ‘Magnum P.I.’ Ferrari 308 GTS

Jan 18, 2017

Category: Rides

Even on its own, this 1984 Ferrari Quattrovalvole is enough to raise a few eyebrows. Combine that with the fact that none other than Tom Selleck himself drove this bad boy during season four of Magnum P.I. and you have a recipe for one highly sought after auction block vehicle.

However, the handsome sports car is more than just looks, boasting a DOHC V8 engine with an output of 232 horsepower at the helm of a 5-speed manual transmission. After it’s stint in show business, the Ferrari was then sold to a collector who religiously serviced and maintained the vehicle over the course if its accrued 36,000 miles of road time. The interior has also been re-dyed to its original tan hue, the stock exhaust was upgraded, and just last spring the vehicle received a full service totaling over $5,000. It’s slated to hit the auction block this month with a suggested selling price of up to $250,000. Mustache not included. [Purchase]

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