1986 Ferrari

1986 Ferrari 328

Make: Ferrari
Model: 328
Type: Convertible
Doors: 2
Year: 1986
Mileage: 47,123
VIN: ZFFXA20A3G0061967
Color: Red
Fuel: Gas
Transmission: Manual
Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Seattle, Washington, United States
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1986 Ferrari 328 GTS 1986 Ferrari 328 GTS Rosso Corsa Red over Beige leather interior Recently completed full belt and fluid service performed by Ferrari and Maserati of Seattle. This two owner Ferrari is one of the nicest examples you will find on the market. Includes all original books. keys and tool kit as well as service records for this car. The 328 engine is a mid-mounted. transverse. water-cooled. double overhead cam. 4-valve-per-cylinder. V8 displacing 3. 86cc with a power rating of 270 horsepower. It has a tubular chassis with independent front and rear suspension. double wishbones. coil spring and four-wheel disc brakes. The transmission is a five speed manual with gated shifter. The 328 develops its 270 SAE net horsepower at 7. 00 RPMs with 213 pounds/ft. of maximum torque. Its top speed is 155. 3 mph and it reaches 60 mph in 6. 6 seconds with a quarter mile time of 14. 6 seconds. The GTS was in production from 1985 to 1989. with 6. 68 (672 right-hand drive) examples built. In addition. 1. 44 (130 right-hand drive) 328 GTB (Berlinetta). hardtops were produced during the same period. bringing the total production run to approximately 7. 12. The most desirable color combination on the 328 series is Rosso Corsa with beige interior. Rosso Corsa translates to racing red. The color of the car dates back to the early days of racing. when it was used to indicate the country of the racing team. Pininfarina. Ferraris primary designer. created the 328 by refining the 308’s styling. It softened its wedge profile and redesigned the nose with a more rounded shape. This was complemented by a similar treatment to the tail valance panel. The 328 is one of the most recognizable and iconic Ferraris. thanks to the ’80s “Magnum P. I. ” television series. “Magnum P. I. ” originally appeared in 1980 on CBS. with a prime time slot of 8 p. m. EST on Thursdays.