As Ferrari transitioned from the classic “Ferris Bueller” Ferraris into the “Don Johnson” Ferraris, there were some models stuck in between that are both classic and modern. Such is the 308 GTSi. From the front and side the styling on the 308 was very much modern Ferrari, but there are still some clear elements of the classic Ferrari design in the rear. These Ferraris had the 8 cylinder engine but were very “drivable” in a way that people who love to squeel tires and feel some G’s can appreciate. I think you’ll find that a lot of the more compact sports cars today from exotic manufacturers like Lotus have body types very similar to the 308, which says a lot for a 30-year-old car. The 1981 Ferrari 308 GTSi is on the auction block with a buy it now price set at a modest $28,000. I think these cars are right on the brink of becoming classic collectible Ferraris. Perhaps when the world pulls out of this economic depression we’ll see the turning point in these car prices.