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SOLD | 1988 Ferrari 328 GTS Chassis no. ZFFWA20B000078030
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Accompanied by its Warranty Card, Owner’s Manual, Sale and Service booklet and leather pouch
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Finished in its original colour combination
Previous Owners
Freshly serviced by Ferrari specialists with cam belts and new tyres in late 2019
Previous Residence
Ferrari’s final, naturally aspirated, transversely mounted, V8 sports car

SOLD | 1988 Ferrari 328 GTS

Chassis no. ZFFWA20B000078030


This Ferrari 328 GTS

Introduced at the 1985 Frankfurt Salon, the 328 was Ferrari’s final development of its naturally aspirated, transversely mounted V8 engine 2-seat model. The 328 in the title referred to the total cubic capacity of the engine, 3.2 litres, and 8 for the number of cylinders.

The 328 was an evolution of the 308, featuring body-coloured bumpers integral with the valance panels and a slight softening of the lines. Pininfarina paid attention to the styling details that impacted the aerodynamic characteristics, to prevent lift at higher speeds. The tubular chassis was assigned a factory type reference F106 MS 100. Disc brakes, independent suspension, coil springs, hydraulic shock absorbers with front and rear anti-roll bars.

The Ferrari 328 GTS offered here, chassis 78030 was built by Ferrari in 1988 and delivered new to Official Ferrari Dealer S.V.E.A. Spa in Bari, Italy. It was originally finished in yellow over a black leather interior and sold new to Angelo Casillo in Bologna, Italy. Ten days later this car received its free 1,000 mile service by Official Ferrari Service Centre, Autofficina Sauro, at which point it was displaying 1,422 kms.

The mileage of this car is documented as steadily increasing over the years with the service book displaying 40,294 kms in December 1994. After this the car spent time in Italy and Germany before being given a complete cam-belt service by its previous owner at Sport Classic in Germany in January 2019.

In 2019, this Ferrari was imported to the United Kingdom, joining one of Europes largest and most important collections. In November 2019 this car was serviced by Ferrari specialists, Barkaways in England where it was given an annual service including cam betls, new spark plugs, fuel pump and filter, new brake fluid and new Pirelli tyres, at a cost totalling £7,847.42.

Today, this beautiful Ferrari 328 GTS is offered wearing its original colour combination, complete with its original Warranty Card, Owner’s Manual, Sale and Service booklet and leather pouch, having been freshly serviced by Ferrari specialists.


Price upon Application



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