1988 Ferrari 328 GTS Rosso Corsa 3.2 Litre V8
Used 1988 Ferrari 328 10,000 miles
Offering my 1988 Ferrari 328 GTS Rosso Corsa The car has been free of any issues and has been a very enjoyable and reliable car. Some of the things done to the car recently (in the last 10,000 miles) new clutch including new rear engine main seal clutch cable, clutch release bearing and the flywheel was turned as well. Replaced all coolant hoses with Scuderia Rampante coolant kit. Major service including new water pump, all belts using Hill engineering bearings. New injectors and new updated material injector bushings. Fuel Filter and accumulator. Rear boot cover replaced. New Protection Relay. New a/c compressor was put in during timing belt change but has not been connected and charged with refrigerant. I do have new dryer and valves for the a/c as well as R12 refrigerant. Specifications: 270bhp3185.7 cc DOHC all-alloy transverse V-8Bosch K-jetronic fuel injectionFive speed manual transmissionIndependent front suspension with unequal length A-arms, coil springs, stabilizer bar and telescopic dampersIndependent rear suspension with unequal A-arms, coil springs, stabilizer bar and telescopic dampers10.8-inch front and 9.8-inch rear ventilated disc brakesWheel base: 92.5-inches Everything people liked about the Ferrari 308 was refined and distilled for the 328: more engine, an amazingly flexible 3.2 liters with a 160 mph top speed and 5.5 second sprint to 60, and refined modern styling that created an elegant new Ferrari for the 80's. The successful initial 328 GTB model was followed by the introduction of the even more popular 328 GTS, a targa-roof roadster that further accentuated the 328's charm. In 1985, Motor said that the 328 "is as close to a work of art as any modern car could be" but it wasn't the styling that won them over--it was the fact that, despite the Testarosa and the 288 GTO then in production, the 328 was one of the best drivers' cars Ferrari ever made.
October 22 2020 on USClassifieds4all