The 328 succeeded the vaunted Ferrari 308 line-up, and when it appeared in 1985, it quickly became an icon of the roaring 1980s. Even though it was based on the 308, the 328 nonetheless boasted a cleaner and more focused appearance which was more in touch with the industry’s general push toward softened, aerodynamic designs. Of course, it retained its rear mid-engine layout, with a 3.2-litre, Tipo F105CB, eight-cylinder engine mounted just behind the driver and passenger.
Similar to the 308 Quattrovalvole’s engine, the 328’s powertrain was upped to 3,185 cubic centimetres, and it used a Marelli electronic ignition system to boost output to a quoted 270 horsepower. Motivation was delivered to the rear wheels via a five-speed manual gearbox, resulting in the 328 being capable of sprinting to 60 mph from a standstill in under six seconds.
Coming from an important collection, this late Ferrari 328 GTS is said to be in superb condition throughout and its mileage is a mere ca. 23,000 kms. This two owner 328 GTS is accident free and comes with a TÜV to 2019. A superb investment and already a sought after 8-cylinder Ferrari.