Presented at the 2017 Cavallino Classic
Final Model-Year Evolution, Including Anti-Lock Brakes
Beneficiary of Long-Term Florida-Based Ownership
Accompanied by Original Manuals, Tool Kit, and Jack
Recently Serviced Low-Mileage Example Ideal for Preservation-Style Display
3,185 CC DOHC V-8 Engine
Bosch K-Jetronic Fuel Injection
260 BHP at 7,000 RPM
5-Speed Manual Transaxle
4-Wheel Disc Brakes
Front and Rear Independent Suspension with Coil Springs
The Ferrari 328 entered its final year of manufacture in 1989, capping 13 years of production of one of the company’s most famous designs. Subtle changes occurred in the last model year, including the addition of anti-lock brakes and a correspondingly revised suspension geometry, which necessitated the update to new convex wheels. Given the model’s immense popularity and ease of use, it is refreshing to encounter a 328 as desirably preserved and minimally driven as this beautiful GTS.
One of the later cars built, chassis 81966 was finished in Rosso Corsa and upholstered with tan leather and complementary red carpeting. As supported by a CARFAX Vehicle History Report, the Ferrari lived the majority of its life in Florida, and when inspected in 2000, it was recorded as having accrued only 12,000 miles. The 328’s remarkable originality and overall quality were recognized in January 2017 when it was presented at the prestigious Cavallino Classic in Palm Beach, Florida.
With a recent belt service and currently displaying 12,600 miles, this immaculately maintained GTS is accompanied by original manuals in the proper folio, an original tool roll and jack, and all supplemental emergency equipment. It is a preservation-level example of one of Maranello’s most popular models, offering a fantastic opportunity to acquire a highly collectible Ferrari.