At a quick glance it is easy to think this is a full size Ferrari 308 GTS, but after you take a second look, you likely realized something was up with this car. This small Ferrari is more than a homebuilt toy, featuring a gas engine, and a scaled down body and wheels to maintain the looks of the cool Magnum P.I. car. Built in Italy, but with American power, this Agostini built mini 308 GTS is offered for a whopping $19,500! Check it out here on ebay out of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Mid-engine just like the real thing, this Ferrari has a small displacement Briggs and Stratton engine. Although having been built in Italy, it would have been more fitting to use a small Italian engine of some sort. The seller recently invested $1,500 for a restoration of the drivetrain and engine making this tiny prancing pony ready to roll.
Inside of this tiny Ferrari is a simple interior, but I have to give credit for the mini Momo style steering wheel, and the nicely sculpted dash. I think a determined adult could get into this car and drive it, but it may be a bit hairy getting in and out of this small machine. The interior condition is nice, with no major damage, wear, or weather exposure. In fact the only notable damage is a small cut on the passenger seat. Otherwise this thing is ready to roll.
From the outside the paint and body work look great with no signs of chipped paint, broken fiberglass, or missing parts. The Agostini Ferrari specific wheel caps are present, and are undamaged as well. If you had the money, this would be an awesome present for a kid, you would just have to include a Hawaiian shirt with the car to keep it Magnum correct. Also your kid would definitely have the coolest youth ride at the swap meet, or at your local cars and coffee event. Could you justify the cost of this Agostini Ferrari even if you won the lottery?