The Ferrari 328 was introduced in 1985 as the successor to the vaunted 308 series of cars, quickly becoming a car synonymous with the late 80s. Although based on its predecessor, the 328 represented an entirely new approach to the sports car market; a softer design inspired by aerodynamics and performance. The classic mid-engined layout was retained, however the 3.2 litre V8 was a step up from the 308 QV motor, now pushing out 270 bhp and capable of launching the 328 to 60mph in less than 6 seconds.
The 328 was on offer in GTB and GTS guise, with the latter far out-selling its fixed-top brother, mainly due to success in the US market. The car was made from 1985-1989, with over 7,000 produced in that time. The popularity of the car was not only down to its iconic styling, but also fantastic handling and true usability that had not been seen in previous mid-engined Ferraris.
The car on offer is a late RHD GTS produced in 1987 and is stunningly cared for example. Having covered ju