The 1987 Ferrari 328 GTS succeeded the Ferrari 308 series with little changes. The 328 had been introduced in 1985 and was available in a coupe or targa trim. Power was coming from a 3 Liter dual-overhead cam V8 engine capable of delivering up to 260 hp. The 1987 Ferrari 328 GTS also featured a Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection system, disc brakes, and a five-speed manual gearbox among its other well-engineered parts. Cabin ergonomics were improved and the shape of the seats were refined to be better suited to the sport driving style. On every version, low profile tires and 16-inch alloy wheels were available as an option. This was a revision that equalized front to rear weight balance helped with the road holding. The Ferrari 328 suspension system was the time-tested, unequal-length dual wishbone design with coil springs over Koni shock absorbers. It posted standard front and rear anti-roll bars. In calibrating the suspension and making use of better technology, Ferrari improved both ride and road holding. In high speed and track conditions especially, the Ferrari 328 adhered to the asphalt noticeably better than its predecessor.
Without hampering the magnificent appeal of the 1987 Ferrari 328 GTS design, Pininfarina made significant though efficient changes to modernize the looks of the Ferrari 328 and improve its aerodynamics. The designers slicked out the 1987 Ferrari 308 GTS sharpness and produced flatter planes and more integrated shapes. Though it appears slightly flatter and longer, giving the car an even lower profile, the roof line of the Ferrari 328 is basically the same as the one of its predecessor and the 328 is almost half an inch taller than the Ferrari 308 QV. Contributing to the illusion is an optional body-color rear spoiler to lead air over the rear of the cabin. If you’re looking at a particular model, don’t hesitate to ask The Beverly Hills Car Club team for help. The team will be happy to share their contacts of Ferrari experts to carry out a necessary pre-purchase inspection and will provide you with valuable advice on the best way to buy your classic.
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