The Ferrari 328 was the swan song for the transverse V-8 engine that had started life in the 308 GT4 Dino. His Pininfarina lines are just as popular today as when he was first unveiled at the Frankfurt Motorshow and his achievements are still relevant today; the Tipo F119 3.2-litre V-8 engine delivers 270 hp and has a top speed of 267 km/h and a sprint to 100 km/h in just 5.5 seconds.
The 328 model remained in production for four years (1985 to 1989). By the time it was replaced by the 348 in the fall of 1989, a total of 7,412 vehicles had been built. Production GTS (Spider) totaled 6,068 vehicles, but only 1,344 units of the GTB (Berlinetta) were produced!
This Ferrari 328 GTB in the desirable Rossa Corsa with a Nero leather interior with Rosso carpet was delivered to its first owner on June 25, 1986 in Maranello. The car remained in Italy until 2013 when it was sold by its sixth Italian owner to the first and only Belgian owner, who has kept the car until now.
The car is in an incredibly original and very well maintained condition. The paint is almost completely the original factory paint.
This 1986 model stands out because it is a pre-ABS car and therefore fitted with the more desirable concave five-spoke alloy wheels.
The original maintenance booklet is present and shows a lot of maintenance. From 2013, all maintenance invoices were kept.
The last service was in June 2021 at 56,839 km. The timing belt was last replaced in 2014 at 52,200 km.
The car comes with its brown leather folder containing all the booklets. The leather tool set is also present.
Before delivery, a major maintenance, including replaced timing belt, will be carried out.
With its stunning looks, undeniable pedigree and reputation for practicality, the 328 GTB is as sought after by a collector as it is by someone looking for a fun car for the weekend.