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Ferrari 328: Buying guide and review (1985-1989)

Ferrari 328: Buying guide and review (1985-1989) Classic and Performance Car
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Despite it being a substantially new car when it was launched in 1985, the Ferrari 328 looked like a very familiar product. As a replacement for hugely successful 308, Ferrari wanted to minimise the possibility of putting buyers off its biggest-seller. 
 
Pininfarina was entrusted to modernise the basic design, and made significant though subtle changes to update the looks, paying close attention to improving aerodynamic efficiency. The 328 might have looked superficially similar but many of the older car’s sharp edges were smoothed off, giving the appearance of a longer, lower design. In fact, the 328 was almost half an inch taller. 
 
In a decade where performance across all market sectors took a massive leap forward, and the average family car was now capable of 125mph, maintaining the junior Ferrari’s lead was more important than ever. The answer was to give the V8 more power, and the way to do it was to enlarge it to 3185cc by boring and stroking to 83x73.6mm.
 
Like its predecessor, the 328 retained a Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection system, but it was improved through the fitment of a Marelli MED 806A electronic ignition system, resulting in improved long-term reliability. The upshot was a maximum power output of 270bhp at 7000rpm and, more importantly, 224lb ft at 5500rpm. 
 
When it was launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1985, the 328 GTB/GTS met with a positive reception from the press and public. After the previous year’s Testarossa, it was a clear indicator that Ferrari  was keeping faith with the classically beautiful Fioravanti shape, even if it lacked the visual drama of its new big brother. 
 
On the road, that additional power and torque immediately made itself evident, translating into serious thrust. That all-important 0-60mph dash now took a mere 6 seconds, helped by the shorter first gear ratio, and the top speed was 163mph – recalling the glory days of the original GTB’s launch, when it outdragged the opposition. 
 
To ensure the driver could exploit it all, the 328’s all-independent suspension was further honed to further improve handling – but ride, too, Uprated Koni dampers did their bit, but more importantly, the modernisation of the wheel and tyre package transformed the handling. The 328 ditched the 308QV’s oddly-sized Michelin TRXs, settling for lower profile Goodyear NCTs in 205/55VR 16 (front) and 225/50VR 16 (rear) sizes. It was here, probably more than anywhere else, where the biggest advance was made. 
 
Which one to buy?
 
As with the 308 there were two body styles available fron the factory, the GTB coupe and the targa-roofed GTS. Buyers were far more tempted to go for the open-air GTS, with 6068 units built, versus the 1344 for the Berlinetta. The biggest differences in spec between the two models is that the GTB featured dry sump lubrication, whereas the GTS made do with a more conventional wet sump. This was also standard spec on all cars sold in the US.
 
The Italian-only GTB and GTS turbo models were built in limited numbers to bypass strict engine capacity-based tax laws. Featuring a 2.0-litre turbo engine, which produces 254bhp, these cars are very rare and not easy to find today. They can be identified by the slightly different engine cover, and additional boost gauge in the instrument panel.
 
ABS was offered as an option from 1988 onwards, necessitating a change in the wheel design to accommodate this new setup. With 496 right-hand drive cars produced in total, choice is limited, so do not get too hung up about which side the steering wheel is on.
 
The 328 is a surprisingly solidly-built and reliable car, benefitting from years of development, starting with the 308 and GT4 before it. As long as you pick a healthy example, and service it regularly, you should have a fairly trouble-free ownership experience.
 
Performance and specs
 
Ferrari 328 GTB
Engine 3185cc, 32 valve DOHC V8
Power 270bhp @ 7000rpm 
Torque 231lb ft @ 5500rpm
Top speed 166mph 
0-60mph 5.5 seconds 
Fuel consumption 20mpg 
Gearbox Five-speed manual
 
Dimensions and weight
 
Ferrari 328 GTB
Wheelbase 2350mm
Length 4255mm
Width 1730mm
Height 1128mm
Weight 1263kg
 
Common problems
 
• Parts are mostly available from Ferrari, but do come at a cost, so finding a good car that needs minimal restoration is the most cost effective proposition. There are a number of Ferrari specialists who know these cars very well and it is worth getting in touch with one to get your car checked over before buying.
 
• Engines are very strong, and can stand up to hard driving all day long if they are well maintained. Cam cover gaskets and cam seals are weak spots for oil leaks. Timing belts need to be changed quite regularly, but the engine doesn’t need to be removed.
 
• The transmission is also tough. Watch out for the car jumping out of first or reverse, indicating a worn out gearbox. Clutches should last around 30,000miles, although expect much less if the car is driven hard.
 
• Rust is much less of an issue on the 328s thanks to the galvanised shell. You should still look out for the common problem areas, which include the front wings, lower door seals and where the bumpers are bolted to the bodywork. Badly repaired accident damage may also result in rust bubbling up on the body panels. 
 
• Evidence of frontal damage can be check by inspecting the box section frame for creases between the pop up lights and the floor. 
 
Model history
 
1985: Comprehensively redesigned Ferrari 328 replaces 308. Changes include new exterior and dashboard interior styling and 270bhp, 3.2-litre V8. Chassis now fully galvanised
1988: ABS made available as option. Wheels changed to convex design to accommodate the system.
1989: Production comes to an end with 7412 328s built
 
Production numbers
 
Ferrari 328 GTS: 6068
Ferrari 328 GTB: 1344
Ferrari 328 GTB Turbo: 308 (Italian market only)
Ferrari 328 GTS Turbo: 828 (Italian market only)

Total built: 7412 
 
Owners clubs, forums and websites
 
• www.ferrariparts.co.uk - Maranello Classic Parts, specialists in Ferrari spares
• www.ferrariownersclub.co.uk - UK-based Ferrari owners club and forum
 
Summary and prices
 
As the values of these cars are so closely linked to their condition and mileage, a fully documented service history with verifiable maintenance documentation is essential. A service history filled with specialist stamps is certainly a good sign. 
 
After a period of stagnancy, prices have been rising steadily for the past few years, meaning you will struggle to find a bargain. Gone are the days of sub-£20,000 deals, and you will now have to pay closer to £50,000 for a good one, and well over £120,000 for a pampered low-mile car. This does mean that cars are generally well looked after and you rarely find a ratty example for sale. 
 
In the end, the 328GTB and GTS was the final flowering of the line that falteringly began with the GT4, back in 1973. Although that car promised much, the unpalatable styling hampered its appeal. Once the Fioravanti styled model hit the market, there was no stopping Ferrari’s junior supercar. The 328 continued in production for four years, and in the boom years of Thatcher’s decade, it proved consistently popular right through until its replacement in the autumn of 1989.
 
Some 6068 examples were built, and the later cars proved the most dynamically complete and reliable of all. Tellingly, when it came for replacement, the 348tb and ts continued where the 328 left off, while the slow selling four seat family, kicked off with the GT4 and maintained by the Mondial, ended here.
 
And the Modenese design and engineering teams succeeded in their aims in replacing the 206/246 in style, even if it took customers years to appreciate the fact. Since then, the 308 became the definitive first Ferrari for so many, it has finally emerged from the shadow of the original Dino.
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  • Lot 335

    Ferrari 328

    £70,000 - £80,000 est. £70,000 - £80,000 est.
    Auction Date: 29 Sep 2018
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    • Mileage: 67000 mi
    • Engine size: 3200
    Auction Date: 29 Sep 2018
    £70,000 - £80,000 est. £70,000 - £80,000 est.
    Auction Date: 29 Sep 2018
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  • Ferrari 328

    £99,995 £99,995

    This time warp Ferrari 328 GTSi is available for a negotiated sale around the £99,995 price. https://www.tradeclassics.com/auctions/ferrari/1986-ferrari-328-gtsi/ See www.TradeClassics.com for a full write-up and over 200 images and videos. EXTERIOR The 328 really is quite a striking car. You can imagine that the designers at Pininfarina must have loved the opportunity and freedom they were afforded when penning these cars. Just take a look at the lines and scoops on this example, as you look forward along the drivers side… something to behold. As you would expect with such a low mileage example, there are barely any imperfections in the bodywork. We have detailed anything observed below. Wheels & Tyres The car is sitting on Goodyear tyres, wrapped on the original 7 and 8 inch 5 star alloys. The alloys across the car are completely unmarked, as can be seen in the videos and photographs. You’ll notice these are the flat wheels, not domed, as this car is the more desirable pre-ABS variant. Bodywork The bodywork across the car is immaculate. You wouldn’t expect anything less on a car like this Ferrari that has only been driven just over 8,000 miles. The only blemish is a small dent on the boot, likely caused by someone closing the boot. Gary has commission it to be taken out by a dent removal specialist, leaving the bodywork in the great condition you would expect. The shut-lines and panel gaps across the car can be seen to be even throughout in our videos and photographs. Paint All original paintwork on this Ferrari, as can be observed in the paint depth pictures. The colour across the car is as a result even, and the paint is in amazing condition with the car obviously having been dry stored in a garage, out of the sunlight. There are a few stone-chips on the front of the car some of which have been touched up, and this tiny wear is expected with the low mileage usage. Glass and Trim All the glass and trim across the car are is in great condition. No fading or scratching was observed, the rubber front black splitter as an example has no markings on it at all observed when we saw the car. INTERIOR The interior on the 328 GTSi featured some differences and upgrades from the 308 including new modern switch gear and new style door cards. This example has an almost perfect interior, as described below. Seats and Carpets Finished in black leather and black carpeting, the interior again is in almost time-warp condition. You’ll see from the video that the interior looks stunning, dark and deep black throughout, there is very little to report back on as you would expect given the mileage. There is some very slight wear on the drivers left back bolster, nothing that a bit of leather treatment can’t resolve. Dashboard All of the gauges work as they should, on this very striking and driver focused dash. The rest of the dash is also in time-warp condition, no markings or issues. Steering Wheel / Gear Stick The Momo steering wheel and gear stick are in very good condition. No markings observed. The steel gated gear surround shining bright and unblemished too, iconic with Ferraris of the era. MECHANICS As the car hasn’t been registered in the UK yet, we did not take the car on our usual run. We did however do our normal cold start video, and have some detail from the owner Gary. Engine and Gearbox The engine started strongly from cold, as can be observed in our video, with no blue smoke issues and it idled smoothly from cold. Gary tells us that the car goes through the gears with no issues. Suspension and Brakes You can see from the pictures of the underside of the car, the suspension looks in great condition, the bushings for the various parts clearly visible. The Drive Gary informs us that the car drives without fault. Electrics and Other No issues.

    • Year: 1986
    • Mileage: 8416 mi
    • Engine size: 3.2
    For sale
    £99,995 £99,995
  • Ferrari 328

    £99,995 £99,995

    The Ferrari 328 GTS and GTB had their worldwide debut at the 1985 Frankfurt motor show. Its styling is an obvious evolution of the Ferrari 308 series, with Pininfarina’s Leonardo Fioravanti softening his previous design so that it remained a popular choice with the Ferrari aficionados. Under the engine cover is the same transversely-mounted, fuel-injected V8 engine from the Ferrari 308 Quattrovalvole, with an increase in displacement to 3.2 litres. Performance, handling and road holding are a big step on from its predecessor, although it retains all the benefits of the Ferrari 308’s independent suspension and slick five-speed manual gearbox. Another significant difference over the Ferrari 308 is the use of galvanized steel, which greatly reduces rust problems compared to its forebear. The early models of the 328 have an edge as far as collectability goes, thanks to several interior details, as well as the elegant concave wheel design. In 1988, ABS became available, and these later cars have a redesigned convex wheel to accommodate the system. While the 328 GTS was a runaway commercial success for Ferrari, the number of RHD cars built was less than 10% of the production run. This particular Ferrari 328 GTS is one of just 250 right-hand-drive models with ABS. The car is presented in the famous Ferrari ‘racing red’ (Rosso Corsa) with Crema hide and Red carpets. A huge history file accompanies this car, setting out a superb record of its ownership and maintenance from new, and supporting this Ferrari’s fantastic mechanical and cosmetic condition. This is a fantastic opportunity to purchase a genuine low-mileage Ferrari 328 GTS in wonderful condition and with known history from new. The displayed mileage is 28,300 miles from new is fully backed up by the myriad old invoices, stamped service records and MOTs that accompany the Ferrari. For more information about this Ferrari 328 GTS for sale in Kent, or to arrange an appointment, please contact us on 01474 874555 or 07515 430430.

    • Year: 1989
    • Mileage: 28268 mi
    • Engine size: 3.2
    For sale
    £99,995 £99,995
  • Ferrari - 328 GTS - 1987

    €76,501 - €99,451.30 est. (£0 - £0 est.) €76,501 - €99,451.30 est. (£0 - £0 est.)
    Auction Date: 01 Jan 1970
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    €76,501 - €99,451.30 est. (£0 - £0 est.) €76,501 - €99,451.30 est. (£0 - £0 est.)
    Auction Date: 01 Jan 1970
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  • Ferrari 328

    £109,995 £109,995

    Variant: GTS The Ferrari 328 GTS and GTB had their worldwide debut at the 1985 Frankfurt motor show. Its styling is an obvious evolution of the Ferrari 308 series, with Pininfarina’s Leonardo Fioravanti softening his previous design so that it remained a popular choice with the Ferrari aficionados. Under the engine cover is the same transversely-mounted, fuel-injected V8 engine from the Ferrari 308 Quattrovalvole, with an increase in displacement to 3.2 litres. Performance, handling and road holding are a big step on from its predecessor, although it retains all the benefits of the Ferrari 308’s independent suspension and slick five-speed manual gearbox. Another significant difference over the Ferrari 308 is the use of galvanized steel, which greatly reduces rust problems compared to its forebear. The early models of the 328 have an edge as far as collectability goes, thanks to several interior details, as well as the elegant concave wheel design. In 1988, ABS became available, and these later cars have a redesigned convex wheel to accommodate the system. While the 328 GTS was a runaway commercial success for Ferrari, the number of RHD cars built was less than 10% of the production run. This particular Ferrari 328 GTS is one of just 250 right-hand-drive models without ABS. The car is presented in the famous Ferrari ‘racing red’ (Rosso Corsa) with Nero hide and Nero carpets. A huge history file accompanies this car, setting out a superb record of its ownership and maintenance from new, and supporting this Ferrari’s fantastic mechanical and cosmetic condition. This is a fantastic opportunity to purchase a genuine low-mileage Ferrari 328 GTS in wonderful condition and with known history from new. The displayed mileage is 17,500 miles from new is fully backed up by the myriad old invoices, stamped service records and MOTs that accompany the Ferrari. For more information about this Ferrari 328 GTS for sale in Kent, or to arrange an appointment, please contact us on 01474 874555 or 07515 430430.

    • Year: 1986
    • Mileage: 17522 mi
    • Engine size: 3.2
    For sale
    £109,995 £109,995
  • FERRARI 328 GTS 1987

    £91,995 £91,995

    The 328 GTS models had a tubular chassis, disc brakes, with independent suspension via wishbones, coil springs and hydraulic shock absorbers were provided all round, with front and rear anti roll bars. The V8 engine was essentially of the same design as that used in the 308 QV model, with an increase in capacity to 3185 CC and a type reference number F 105 CB 000. The engine retained the Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection system of its predecessor, but was fitted with a Marelli MED 806 A electronic ignition system, to produce a claimed power output of 270 bhp at 7000 rpm. ;;This Ferrari 328 GTS is finished in the classic Rosso Corsa paint with a black leather Interior and features the following: •16" alloy wheels •Remote central locking •Leather dashboard •Rear Spoiler Sport Exhaust, Aircon;The pre ABS models such as this one are much rarer than the later examples and this particular car has only covered 32,461 miles from new with a well documented service history.;To arrange an appointment to view this car, please call the Showroom: 01223 755 911 or 07738 997 911. Viewing By Appointment ;Please contact us for more information or to enquire about our finance or transportation options.;

    • Mileage: 32461 mi
    For sale
    £91,995 £91,995
  • Ferrari 328

    €129,000(£0) €129,000(£0)

    Specifications Year of manufacture: 1989 Chassis number: ZFFCA20S000083136 Exterior color: Red Interior color: Beige leather Mileage: 30 300 km on the odometer - 18 200 Miles HP: 270cv Engine displacement: 3185 cm3 Gearbox: Manual Service book: Yes Original paint: No Delivery country: Switzerland History This vehicle shows only 30 300 km from new. It is the latest Ferrari 328 output production lines. A collector. The vehicle has all its original books, manuals as well as its toolkit and is matching numbers and color. Matching numbers and colors. Report on the Motorsport Magazine n°78 (October/November 2017). Price 129 000 euros Warranty The vehicle will be sold revised and guaranteed 3 months or 5000 Km Ad Link http://www.jeanlainvintage.com/vehicule/654-ferrari-328-gts/ Find us and contact us Jean Lain Vintage – Showroom / +334 79 88 66 36 – Jérôme Millias +337 60 14 73 07 11 Rue de la Dent du Chat 73 420 Voglans France info@jeanlainvintage.com http://jeanlainvintage.com/ Opening hours From Monday to Friday, 8am to 12am and 2pm to 7pm Saturday and Sunday on appointment

    • Year: 1989
    • Mileage: 18200 mi
    For sale
    €129,000(£0) €129,000(£0)
  • Ferrari 328

    £120,000 £120,000

    Variant: GTS The Ferrari 328 GTS and GTB had their worldwide debut at the 1985 Frankfurt motor show. Its styling is an obvious evolution of the Ferrari 308 series, with Pininfarina’s Leonardo Fioravanti softening his previous design so that it remained a popular choice with the Ferrari aficionados. Under the engine cover is the same transversely-mounted, fuel-injected V8 engine from the Ferrari 308 Quattrovalvole, with an increase in displacement to 3.2 litres. Performance, handling and road holding are a big step on from its predecessor, although it retains all the benefits of the Ferrari 308’s independent suspension and slick five-speed manual gearbox. Another significant difference over the Ferrari 308 is the use of galvanized steel, which greatly reduces rust problems compared to its forebear. The early models of the 328 have an edge as far as collectability goes, thanks to several interior details, as well as the elegant concave wheel design. In 1988, ABS became available, and these later cars have a redesigned convex wheel to accommodate the system. While the 328 GTS was a runaway commercial success for Ferrari. The car is presented in ultra rare White with tan hide and beige carpets. This is a fantastic opportunity to purchase a genuine low-mileage, Ferrari Classiche Certified Ferrari 328 GTS in wonderful condition and is presented with a full service history. The displayed mileage of 20,480 miles from new is fully backed up by the stamped service records. For more information about this very special Ferrari please contact our sales team on 01474 874555.

    • Year: 1987
    • Mileage: 20458 mi
    • Engine size: 3.2
    For sale
    £120,000 £120,000
  • 1987 Ferrari 328 GTS

    $76,500(£0) $76,500(£0)

    1987 Ferrari 328 GTS VIN ZFFXA20A8H0071993, engine no. ZFFXA20A8H0071993 Silver with Tan Leather The all-new Pininfarina designed Ferrari 308 debuted to an eager public at the 1975 Paris Auto Show. It’s an understatement to say these were challenging times in the auto industry, so one can imagine spectators’ delight witnessing this all-new sports car given the uninspiring vehicles then proliferating in the automotive landscape. Thankfully Ferrari offered a refreshing option. Pininfarina designer Leonardo Fioravanti, having already designed many of Ferrari's most celebrated cars including the Daytona, the Dino, and Berlinetta Boxer captured a taut new energy with the 308. Replacing the 246, the 308 was dramatic and modern, eventually becoming an icon of television shows and movies, while shaping public opinion about what a sports car should look and feel like. Although the initial design was limited to a fixed roof configuration, the GTS arrived in 1977, featuring a removable satin black roof panel, which could be stowed in a vinyl cover behind the seats when not in use, like the 246 GTS which preceded it. After more than a decade, the 328 GTB and GTS (Gran Turismo Spider) replaced

    • Year: 1987
    • Mileage: 44070 mi
    For sale
    $76,500(£0) $76,500(£0)
  • Ferrari 328 GTS 1989

    €129,950(£0) €129,950(£0)

    Originally European delivered 1989 Ferrari 328 GTS. Fully original. The car has only driven 35.400 Kms. This Ferrari has paint in the colour Rosso Corsa with a black interior. Full maintenance history is known and the car has been always been Ferrari Dealer maintained. Car has Belgian title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1989
    For sale
    €129,950(£0) €129,950(£0)
  • 1989 Ferrari 328 GTS

    £119,995 £119,995

    04/03/1991 @ 1277 MILES BY MARANELLO 14/10/1993 @ 6220 MILES BY MARANELLO 08/07/1996 @ 11725 MILES BY VERDI FERRARI 25/07/1998 @ 18200 MILES BY VERDI FERRARI INC CAM BELTS 25/08/2000 @ 21548 MILES BY SHILTECH INC CAM BELTS 27/01/2003 @ 23,454 MILES BY NICK CARTWRIGHT INC CAM BELTS SORN AND IN PROFESSIONAL CARCOON STORAGE 2005-2009 09/07/2009 @ 26234 MILES BY SHILTEC INC CAM BELTS ISLE OF MAN 2009-2014 20/07/2010 @ 27411 MILES BY SCP IOM 09/09/2013 @ 28646 MILES BY A PERFORMANCE INC CAM BELTS 02/04/2014 @ 28824 MILES BY A E PERFORMANCE 06/03/2015 @ 29175 MILES BY NICK CARTWRIGHT 28/06/2016 @ 29253 MILES BY PRE DELIVERY SERVICE

    For sale
    £119,995 £119,995
  • Ferrari 328 GTS

    £69,995 £69,995

    Make: Ferrari Model: 328 GTS First Registered: 06/11/1986 (D) Mileage: 63,580 Miles Previous Owners: Engine: 3.2 Ltr Transmission: Manual Paint Colour: Nero Trim Colour: Crema Leather Carpet Colour: Nero Doors: 2 Seats: 2 MOT: September 2018 TAX: TBA HPI: Clear Warranty: 3 Month Cover Included - Upgrades Available

    • Year: 1986
    • Mileage: 63580 mi
    For sale
    £69,995 £69,995
  • Ferrari 328 GTS ABS

    £94,995 £94,995

    1988 Ferrari 328 GTS ABS. Presented in Rosso Corsa with Magnolia leather and Bordeaux carpets. Complete with the original leather wallet, book pack and jack kit. This car is also complimented by a colour coded aerofoil, vinyl roof panel and a sports exhaust. Known to The Ferrari Centre since 2004 where it was supplied by ourselves to the current keeper. A first class, low mileage example in the ultimate colour combination.

    • Year: 1988
    • Mileage: 13090 mi
    For sale
    £94,995 £94,995
  • Ferrari 328 GTB

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    to the vehicle overview Ferrari 328 GTB Year 1989 Colour Grigio Leather Nero PS 270 Hubraum 3.164 ccm Kilometerstand 62.861 Delivered new in Germany through Ferrari Berlin Service book Full known history Ferrari classiche price 99.500,- Get in contact

    • Year: 1989
    For sale
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    Movendi
    0049 211 7888 016 View contact number
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  • Ferrari 328 GTS -One owner/8,000 miles Ferrari

    £129,990 £129,990

    First registered 16th November 1988, still on the red bordered tax free number plate F802 PUW . Collected on Saturday the 26th November 1988 from Maranello Concessionaires Ltd ,by its one and only owner ,a former Cathay Pacific captain. The car was actually part of the Hong Kong agents, Andrew Turner's 'Italian Motors' allocation. Reallocated and handled by Maranello Concessionaires Ltd, hence its immediate availability at a time when there was a four year wait in the UK with cars fetching up to £150,000 in the 'over's' market.. Maranello Concessionaires Ltd's invoice shows the base car costing £37,325.00.air conditioning £1,350.00,anti lock braking (ABS) £1,250 beige leather headlining and rear window surround £650.00 and £460.00 respectively colour coded rear aerofoil £225.00 ,export registration and delivery charges £450.00 bringing invoice number 2733 to a total of £41,710.00 excluding vat. The car was invoiced to a Hong Kong address for tax purposes although it never left the British shores, more accurately Horsham! After twelve months the owner decided that as the car was never going to go to Hong Kong he was liable to pay the relevant VAT and Car Tax and contacted the releva

    • Year: 1988
    • Mileage: 8000 mi
    For sale
    £129,990 £129,990
  • Ferrari 328 GTS Red '86

    €100,000(£0) €100,000(£0)

    Lowered price from €125.000 -> €100.000 The Ferrari 328 GTB and GTS was the successor to the Ferrari 308 GTB and GTS. While largely based on the 308 GTB and GTS respectively, small modifications were made to the body style and engine, including an increase in engine displacement to 3.2 L (3185 cc). 7,400 Ferrari 328s were produced by the time the model was replaced by the new 348 in 1989, bringing the total for the 308/328 generation to nearly 20,000. The 328 is considered by some Ferrari enthusiasts to be one of the most reliable Ferraris; unlike some models, most engine maintenance can be performed without lowering the engine from the vehicle. The GTB referred to the Gran Turismo Berlinetta (coupé) body while the GTS was a Gran Turismo Spider (targa top). In 1985, the 328 retailed from $58,400-$62,500 ($115,300-$123,400 in 2008 dollars) in the United States. This price included a gas-guzzler tax. The 328 GTS model, together with the fixed roof 328 GTB, were the final developments of the normally aspirated transverse V8 engine 2-seat series. The 328 figures in the model title referred to the total cubic capacity of the engine, 3.2 litres, and 8 for the number of cylinders. The new

    • Year: 1986
    For sale
    €100,000(£0) €100,000(£0)
  • Ferrari 328 GTB Race Car

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    Ferrari 328 GTB 1987 Race Car This is the Ferrari 328 modified by QV Engineering in which David Wilkinson successfully competed in the Pirelli Miranello Ferrari Challenge Championship in 1992-93. In 1995 the car won the Championship, driven by David Barker. The car was stored for about 10 years, fully rebuilt by Modena Engineering and purchased by Tris Simpson who came 2nd in the Championship in both 2007 and 2008. In 2008 the car broke the lap record at Brands. Since then it has been stored and further developed whilst the owner decided whether to race it or add it to his long term collection. The car has two cylinder heads for 465bhp and 370bhp specs, individual throttle bodies, race camshafts, JE pistons, titanium con rods. The car has been fully developed on rolling road. Gearbox by Elite transmissions, straight cut, dog box, strengthened, solid billet selector forks, modified rake differential, 7 different drop gear ratios. Full roll cage and chassis strengthening. 18" Compomotive split rim wheels, adjustable pedal box, 6 pot AP racing calipers and discs front and 4 pot AP racing calipers and discs on rear. Carbon metallic pads. Fully sorted suspension, solid bushed double wis

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