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Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now

Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now

The 1980s produced some pretty bogus machines as the auto industry finally began learning how to deal with the ’70s emissions constrictions and OPEC shocks. But there were also some bright spots, we received the Ferrari F40 and Lamborghini Countach from Italy, among others. There were also a fair share of Italian cars that were poorly built, less than exciting, or coasted by on the legacy of their emblems, but that doesn’t stop us from adoring some of the better examples today. Pull out your denim jacket and favorite cassettes because we’ve found some great 1980s Italian sports cars available now.

The car:1981 Ferrari 308 GTSi

Price:$26,100.00 (Current Bid)

Location:Naples, Florida, USA

Seller’s Info:Click here

From the designer that brought us the Ferrari Daytonacomes the 308, the quintessential ’80s car. What it lacks in performance it makes up in character, after all, it was good enough for Tom Selleck. The 308 was available as a Targa or Berlinetta. But regardless of which color you choose the only real color option is red. Additionally, major service was performed about 1100 miles ago.

The car:1981 Fiat 2000 Spider

Price:$10,000

Location:La Cañada, California, USA

Seller’s Info:Click here

You don’t need to spend more than ten thousand to get a clean Italian icon. Fiat built some respectable cars that are often overlooked. The worthy Fiat 2000 Spider was designed by American legend Tom Tjaarda (although a few people “helped”) and manufactured by Pininfarina. This rust-free 2000 has lived in California its entire life. Recent service includes a new top, fuel tank, and fuel pump.

The car:1989 Lancia Delta Integrale 16v

Price:€22,900

Location:Milano, Italy

Seller’s Info:Click here

The Lancia Delta Integrale has earned its status as a rally car legend. The 2.0 liter 16v is turbocharged and sends 200 bhp to the front and rear wheels. The 16v also has a 0-60 time less than the new GTI. The seller of this Lancia lists the condition as “perfect” and “all original.” This factory rally car is available in Milano, Italy.

The car:1989 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce

Price:$13,100 (Current bid)

Location:Burlington, Kentucky, USA

Seller’s Info:Click here

The easily recognizable Series 3 Spider was produced from 1983 to 1989. It was available as a 2.0 liter in North America and a 1.6 liter in Europe. This “like new” Veloce has only 30,090 miles on the clock and spent most of its life in dry Arizona. The seller claims the car is rust free and never involved in an accident.

The car:1987 DeTomaso Pantera GT5-S

Price:$150,000

Location:Rockville, Maryland, USA

Seller’s Info:Click here

An automotive genius decided to build a mid-engine Italian auto with an American V8 and call it a Panther. The DeTomaso Pantera was produced from 1971 to 1991 with steady North American importing through 1975. This GT5-S was imported into the United States and has less than 11,000 miles. The seller believes the Pirellis to be original to the car. The car is estimated to be one of only 187 GT5-S models built.

If you know of a great, stylish car for sale and would like us to feature it, please let usknow!

Petrolicious makes no claim as to the accuracy of the information contained in the car’s original listing, nor will it be held responsible for any errors in said information. If you’re interested in any of these cars, do your homework and research extensively before you buy.

Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now
Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now
Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now
Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now
Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now
Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now
Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now
Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now
Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now
Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now
Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now
Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now
Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now
Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now
Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now
Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now
Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now
Classic ’80s Italian Cars For Sale Now
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