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This simply stunning Ferrari 328 GTS is one of the earliest, it left the factory in 1985 on route to Kroymans Official Ferrari Dealer for the Netherlands arriving with them on the 7th November 1985.

First registered in April 1986 chassis number 0059573 was purchased in the Netherlands by a well-known Ferrari exporter who immediately exported it to a buyer in Japan where it was first registered in July 1986.

An early non ABS model. Fully serviced with new belts and tyres.

  • 6 Months Warranty
  • Alloy Wheels
  • Central Locking
  • Electric Windows
  • EU Specification
  • Left Hand Drive
  • New MOT
  • New Tyres
  • Recent Service
  • VAT Qualifying
£79 950
Model 328
Year 1986
Body Targa
Mileage 23000mi
Engine 3186cc
Fuel type Petrol
Transmission 5 Speed
Exterior Color Rosso Corsa
Interior Color Pelle beige


The entirely new Ferrari 308 made its debut at the Paris Salon in 1975 and marked a welcome return to Pininfarina styling, with rakish lines and curved haunches. After ten years of huge success, particularly in the United States, Ferrari had grown weary of the “Federalisation” of their lovingly designed motorcars in America, with mandatory ugly rubber bumpers ruining the Pininfarina-penned lines. With their Italian aesthetics under attack, Ferrari launched the new Ferrari 328 GTS with body coloured front and rear bumpers which adhered to US guidelines, and for the first time, the design remained unadulterated by bureaucracy.

Increasing both bore and stroke, the quattrovalvole engine’s capacity was raised to 3,186cc which, together with a higher compression ratio, revised pistons, and an improved Marelli engine management system, lifted maximum power to 270bhp. Top speed was raised to within a whisker of 160mph with the sprint to 100km/h covered in a fraction over 5.5 seconds.

Beneath the skin, the tubular steel chassis remained much as before, with all-round independent suspension by double wishbones, four-wheel servo-assisted disc brakes, and aluminium-alloy wheels, though the latter were increased in size. The interior too had come in for subtle revision and now featured improved instruments, switchgear, and heating. Production ended in 1989 and by then some 7,412 Ferrari 328 GTS and GTB variants had rolled out of Maranello.

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