I have been driving my 1978 308 GTS for six years without any issues, albeit not a lot. About 500 miles per year. A couple months ago, I started it up and it had a coolant leak of some sorts. Perhaps a hose, perhaps a water pump, perhaps something else. After six weeks in the shop, I've now been told by my (non-Ferrari) mechanic that my 308 has low compression in one cylinder, has some oil leaks and now the carbs are leaking gas. The timing belt was changed six years and 3,000 miles ago. His opinion is that I should rebuild the engine instead of throwing money into various repairs. I trust this guy but he may be in over his head on this car. The problem is that I know of no decent Ferrari mechanics near Walnut Creek,CA or the rest of the Bay Area for that matter. So I'm wondering if I should sell it as a project to someone with the ability to do the work themselves or try to seek out a second opinion. It's devastating news. I go through cars like women go through shoes and I've had this car SIX YEARS! That's a lifetime for me. Advice?