Buying or Selling a 1987 Ferrari 328 GTS?
The Ferrari 328 GTS was the convertible version of the model that replaced the Ferrari 308 GTB and GTS – B standing for Berlinetta and S for Spider. It featured the same V8 unit, with an increased displacement from 3 to 3.2 liters. The Ferrari 328 models were considered to be some of the most reliable models made by the Italian manufacturer, and were relatively easy to maintain thanks to a system allowing most engine maintenance to be done without lowering the engine from the vehicle. Design-wise, the Ferrari 328 stayed close to the Ferrari 308, featuring even more exotic lines, a revised nose, a new grille and body colored bumpers. Inside, a new dash and new seats were fitted, and supplementary controls were installed for a more ergonomic organization.
1987 Ferrari 328 GTS Seller’s Guide
The production of the Ferrari 328 GTB started in 1985, soon followed by the GTS in 1977 and continued until 1989 when the Ferrari 348 replaced it. If you’re thinking about selling your 1987 Ferrari 328 GTS, the Alex Manos team would be delighted to hear from you. Give the team a call today; they will accurately evaluate your classic on the spot, according to its history and condition, as well as the market availabilities. The experts are able to tell you whether or not it’s the right time to sell your classic and how much you can reasonably expect to get. Thanks to their long time experience in dealing with all types of classics, they have an unmatched expertise and many contacts, tips and useful information to share with you. In addition, they’ll make you a top dollar offer on the spot, should your example fit into their growing inventory of classics.
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Give the Alex Manos team a call as soon as you’re ready to sell your 1987 Ferrari 328 GTS classic. Ask more about their services today, the team is looking forward to hearing from you soon. In the meantime, be sure to browse their website to learn more about the classics they’re interested in.