I won't deny that I'm one of the folks who laments the passing of the traditional manual gearbox and the more visceral, unforgiving sports cars of yore. Nowadays manufacturers have made it easy for kids transitioning from video games into real time driving, eliminating the learning curve for many when it comes to proper driving. The Ferrari 328 was the final chapter for the 308 that debuted in the mid 1970s. In its final year, new technology could be seen creeping through in the form of anti-lock brakes and revised suspension geometry to accomodate this feature.
This GTS, or Gran Turismo Spider, for sale in Miami has ultra low miles and is a car that looks right at home sitting under the palm trees.
This 1989 Ferrari 328 GTS, finished Rosso Corsa with tan leather interior. Driven only 14,887 documented miles. Major service completed nn 07/23/2012. Limited production vehicle and only model year with ABS. Original manuals, original keys, original tool kits. It's as good as it gets! Trades accepted, non smoker.
The 308 on which the 328 is based is one of the cheapest ways into the Prancing Horse club these days. However, the final 328 models, especially clean, final year examples such as this one are rightfully prized. A good 328 GTS will set you back somewhere between $50,000 and $70,000, depending on mileage of course, and this car is right at the top of that range. Which is hovering right around what these cars sold for new...albeit that would equate to much more in 1989 dollars.