1987 Ferrari 328GTS

About a decade after the 308 debuted, Ferrari tried their hand at updating the mid-engine V8 formula and introduced the 328GTB and GTS. The revised model featured a 3.2 liter V8 that allowed mechanics to perform most of the maintenance without having to remove the engine, greatly reducing hourly labor costs. Thankfully most of the wedge shape survived, which was complemented by better integrated bumpers and the interior was upgraded with more modern switchgear. This 328GTS for sale in Southern California was taken in trade on a new 911 and strikes a unique pose in Oro Chiaro (Light Gold).

1987 Ferrari 328GTS

1987 Ferrari 328 GTS

- Oro Chiaro Metallic (Light Gold)
- Beige Leather Interior
- 52,108 miles

We just took in a really clean, very well maintained 1987 Ferrari 328 GTS in on trade on a new 991 Porsche Carrera and are thrilled to now offer this car for sale globally here on eBay. This 52,000 mile 328 is a true classic and comes in an incredibly rare Oro Chiaro Metallic paint with Beige and Brown interior. This Ferrari shows incredibly well and it’s a real treat to drive. It’s classic Ferrari at new Toyota pricing, what more could you ask for. If you want to make a move on this car, don’t wait for the auction to end, just call me and I will do everything I can to make this deal happen. Forget that the auction is even taking place, don’t worry about what the reserve is, if this is the car you’re looking for, you owe it to yourself to give me a call and I’ll do everything I can to see that a reasonable offer buys this time capsule of a car.

Gold certainly isn’t a color you see on a 308 or 328 every day. I’m not the biggest fan of this hue, but it is interesting, being outside of the Ferrari norm. Good examples of 328s these days can range from $35,000 into the low $40,000 range. The best examples can bring upwards of $50,000. With this kind of mileage, a service history would be a must. I would hope, given that a Porsche dealer is offering this car, they at least got some information from the prior owner on what has been done. The condition of this 328 looks pretty good and if the maintenance checks out, the asking price of $35,000 is about spot on.

-Paul

5 thoughts on “1987 Ferrari 328GTS”

  1. That gold-over-beige must be an acquired taste on a Ferrari, I guess. Plenty of Buicks out there like that, but Ferraris?

  2. If you read the Q&A at the bottom of the auction, the dealer has no idea of the maintenance history, saying “I’ll have to check with the previous owner”, but seemingly never did as he never provided an update. Based on time/mileage, it’s most likely that the car is due for another major service shortly.

  3. It was not sold at the listing price of $34,988 and then re-listed where it sold for $27,500. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=170874263959 According to the Cavallino market price guide, the selling price is way below the listed low-end price range of $30k (which they describe as for cars in generally poor condition). Listed market-high is $90k. The re-listed auction stated that the care had a recent service that costs $5,200 a few months prior, but no mention of what was done (it probably included the major-service and some other things). If the car doesn’t have any needs, then the buyer made out very well.

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