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208 GTS Turbo

208 GTS Turbo (Italy, 1982)

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Launched in 1983 the 208 GTS is the targa version of the 208 GTB Turbo208 GTB TurboFerrari 208 GTB TurboItaly, 1982 > 19851 photo
. Just like the fixed roof version, the targa was designed by PininfarinaPininfarinaPininfarinaItaly, 1930 > present16 models
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A pair of electrically adjustable door mirrors was fitted as standard, there was a NACA duct on the lower body sides just in front of each rear wheel arch, and a spoiler was fitted to the rear of the roof between the buttresses that ran into the rear wings.

The 208 GTS Turbo was powered by a transversely mid-mounted aluminium V8 engine. It was of a 90 degree configuration, with belt driven twin overhead camshafts per bank, having a total capacity of 1991cc, with a bore and stroke of 66.8mm x 71mm, and a compression ratio of 7:1. It had a claimed power output of 220hp.

Production ran from 1983 through to 1985, during which time 250 examples were produced.



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