2006 HONDA S2000




MODEL: S2000 



ODOMETER: 33,000 miles


This 2006 Honda S2000 is in an excellent condition with only 33,070 miles. Extremely well cared for car, garage kept, non-smoker, with clean CarFax history. A great car that is ready to be driven and enjoyed.


Excellent performance from the 237-hp, 2.2-liter in-line four cylinder. Powered through a 6 speed manual transmission to the limited slip rear end (rear wheel drive). The engine in this car is smooth with gear performance throughout the 9,000rpm rev range and through all six forward gears. The brakes are also in excellent condition with more than 50% remaining. The Michelin tires have less than 4,000 miles on them.   


The paint on this car is in outstanding condition with only the smallest of chips from rocks/road debris. No notable door dings or other blemishes. The paint finish is like new with excellent shine. The glass is free from major chips, no cracks. One wheel has a very minor, about 1 inch curb mark. The top looks new and does not show any wear. 


A very attractive interior. With little to no noticeable wear. A non-smoker vehicle, so the interior still smell fresh and clean. All controls work as Honda designed. The Radio/CD/XM works and sounds good. The A/C and Heater work great. 


The car comes with a complete set of owner manuals books, two sets of keys with fobs, car cover and convertible top cover. 

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1979 Ferrari 308 GTB


Chassis Number: F106AB  30397
Engine number: F106A E 01774

Engine spec: 2926 cc DOHC V8
4 x Weber 40DCNF Twin Choke Carburetors/205 hp
5-Speed Manual Transmission
Power Assisted Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes

Odometer: 57,050 miles

• Beautiful and desirable color combination
• Final year of the carbureted 308 GTB
• U.S. delivery car, includes books, tools, and jack
• Recent complete 30k major service

This beautiful US delivery 308 GTB (steel bodied) was produced on December 1979, which is the last year Ferrari offered a carbureted variant of the 308. Finished in wonderful Silver (Argento Auteuil) over Red (Rosso) leather. It's easy to see this car has been loved and cared for over the years. The vehicle received a complete bare metal repaint (photo documented) to renew it's aging factory silver paint, and even after several years the paint looks excellent. The Rosso red interior is very original with great patina, only natural aging and wear. Overall this vehicle is very clean and well preserved with a very good service history. Recently this 308 received an extensive engine out major service with new timing belts, water pump, valve adjustment, and several items replaced / updated due to age (hoses, seals, ignition wires, etc). Some noted enhancement to the car, 16” Ferrari wheels from a later model 308 and a TUBI exhaust muffler. Car comes with the original set of 14" wheels, as well as the owners manual/books, service records, tool kit, and jack kit.


The exterior Silver Metallic (Argento Auteuil) paint is beautiful. The body received a complete proper re-finished several years ago due to aging paint issues. A smooth finish with only minor rock chips on front lower chin.  Glass is in very good condition. Some light scratches on black window frames, which is normal for a car of this age. Wheels on the car are 16" from later model 308. Tires are in fair condition. The original 14" wheels do come with the car.


Beautiful interior with only patina (natural aging). Great looking gauges and switches. We had 4 of the climate control switches re-chromed to keep the beautiful look. Car is equipped with power windows (working), aftermarket radio/CD, A/C (working - cold) and rear window defrost. 


The 308 has been cared for and has regularly received major and routine servicing. The service is up and many of the aging and normal wear items have recently replaced or inspected. An engine out major service with valve adjustment, all major coolant hoses were replaced, fuel hoses replaced, vacuum hoses replaced. The four Weber carburetors were cleaned, service and tuned. Many other items were addressed during this last major service. Driven on several day drives. The car runs and drivers very well and with working A/C it's enjoyable during warm/hot weather. 


Ferrari produced about 2,897 carburetted 308 GTB's would wide between 1975 and 1980. For Ferrari this could be considered a high number, but for a world of enthusiast this is a rare car. The silver over red also makes is a special car for a classic color combo. The GTB 308/328 have a prettier shape. With the fixed roof, the chassis is more ridged and gives the occupants more head clearance. 


The 308 GTB made its debut at the Paris and London shows in 1975.  A Pininfarina design, built by Scaglietti, as a replacement for the Dino 246 GT model. The new body had a pronounced wedge shaped profile, yet retained numerous design elements from the Dino 246 GT carried throughout new body design. These included the scalloped side intakes, twin circular rear tail lights, vertical concave rear window between the buttressed sail panels, and front lower egg crate style grill. In essence the shape was a modernisation of that of the Dino, with enough traces of its predecessor to provide a thread of continuity, earning praise from the press and clients alike. V8, albeit with dry sump lubrication. The latter made for lower engine mounting and better cooling thanks to the fact that more oil was present. The first models boasted fibreglass coachwork.


One feature that was not immediately apparent in 1975, was that the 308 GTB was fitted with a totally fibreglass body, apart from the aluminium front lid. This was the first Ferrari production car to feature fibreglass as a body material, and in fact the idea has not been repeated by the company in large volume production. However, individual fibreglass panels have been used on a large number of cars from then until now, particularly for the front and rear valances and nose sections. Although the standard of finish was very high, a return to the more traditional pressed steel and aluminium happened in late 1976 for USA cars, and around mid 1977 for European models.

The simplest way to identify a fibreglass bodied car, is to see if there is an indent line between the front screen pillar and roof panel. If there is one, then the body is fibreglass.

USA market cars can be identified by heavier bumper assemblies, and rectangular side marker lights on the wings.

An optional deep front spoiler became available during 1977, which like the standard shallow spoiler was a fibreglass moulding. Like the Dino series, a luggage compartment was provided in the tail of the car behind the engine bay. On the 308 GTB it was accessed by lifting the entire engine cover, which revealed a zip top compartment, whereas the Dino models had a separate lid for the luggage area.

The main European market 308 GTB models had a tubular chassis with factory type reference F 106 AB 100.

Disc brakes, with independent suspension via wishbones, coil springs, and hydraulic shock absorbers, were provided all round, with front and rear anti roll bars.

All models were numbered in the Ferrari odd number road car chassis sequence, with both right and left hand drive available.

Production ran from 1975 through to 1980, during which time 2897 examples were produced in the chassis number range 18677 to 34349.


The transversely mid-mounted aluminium V8 engine was essentially of the same design as that used in the 308 GT4 model.

It was of a 90 degree configuration, with belt driven twin overhead camshafts per bank, having a total capacity of 2926cc, with a bore and stroke of 81mm x 71mm, bearing factory type reference F 106 AB 000 for European market cars.

The engine was coupled in unit with the all synchromesh five speed transmission assembly, which was below, and to the rear of the engine’s sump. It was fitted with a bank of four twin choke Weber 40 DCNF carburettors, mounted in the centre of the vee, the exact specification of which depended upon the market.

European cars were fitted with dry sump lubrication, whereas Australian, Japanese and USA examples retained the wet sump lubrication system used on the 308 GT4.