A Ferrari 308 supercar has recently caught fire in a garage, along with several other vehicles, in Switzerland.
When writing about supercars and fire in the same sentence we are usually used to say that the vehicles have developed a mind on their own and decided that it’s time to spontaneously combust but the story here is a bit different and it has nothing in common with the usual news. According to the guys at wreckedexotics.com, the Ferrari 308 in question has caught fire during a garage fire and several other vehicles were also destroyed. Our source says that the unfortunate incident took place in Barbengo, Switzerland. No additional details on the subject are known for the moment.
As a quick reminder, the Ferrari 308 has been in production between 1975 and 1985, as a successor to the Dino 246, and the supercar has been replaced by the 328. The Ferrari 308 was coming as a Berlinetta and Targa top and it had a choice of three engines. The Italian supercar was 4,230 mm long, 1,720 mm wide and 1,120 mm tall.