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1988 Ferrari 328 GTB

Mohr Imports, Inc.

1988 Ferrari 328 GTB
Mohr Imports, Inc.
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Description

VIN: ZFFXA19A4J0078555

 

Condition: Clear Title

 

Transmission: Manual

 

Exterior Color: Rosso Corsa

 

Interior Color: Tan

 

Mileage: 16,095

Model History


Limited production GTB, designed by Pininfarina and introduced at the September 1985 Frankfurt Motor Show, this 1988.5 Ferrari 328 GT Berlinetta is one of 1,344 units produced. Now showing only 16,095 miles from new, with a Ferrari Classiche ‘Red Book’ certification, a Ferrari Club of America 2021 Platinum Award, original owners’ books and jack kit, tools, interior light and recent major service records.


The name '328' was attributed to its 3.2-liter eight-cylinder engine, which is always the focal point for Ferrari. The transversely mounted DOHC V8 engine sported an enlarged bore and stroke with Bosch K-Jetronic Fuel injection and could produce 270 horsepower and maximum 163 mph. Standard was a five-speed manual transaxle with the 280 GTO adapted steering rack in the 1988.5 and later cars, a tubular-steel chassis with an independent suspension with anti-roll bars and disc brakes made for one of the most balanced Ferrari’s of its era.


Other performance equipment includes a limited-slip differential, convex 16-inch Speedline five-spoke alloy wheels, the iconic Ferrari gated shifter, a Blaupunkt cassette stereo, power windows and standard air conditioning.


Pininfarina, once again, penned a masterful sports car which was a more aerodynamic and elegant version of the predecessor 308. A GTB and GTS version was produced between 1985-1990, but it was the later GT Berlinetta’s that had the more praised combination of style and performance.


The Italian Coachbuilders designed the body with featured pop-up headlights, integrated fog lights, side air intakes, dual side mirrors, a black spoiler mounted over the rear window, and quad exhaust tips exiting through the rear valance. Interiors in both the GTB and GTS were revamped, again inspired by the 288 GTO, with a redesigned center console, improved switchgear, more plush seats and a larger feeling cabin.




Our Subject Vehicle


Now offered out of Monterey, CA is this 4-Owner Ferrari with a documented 16k-miles from new. This unrestored 328 is a matching numbers example with the coveted Ferrari Classiche ‘Red Book’ Certification on hand to prove all of its factory parts and components are original. Originally delivered with Rosso Cora exterior paint over Beige leather interior, this car is accompanied by its original owner’s manual, warranty and service booklet, dealer directory, leather pouch, interior map lamp with pouch, a set of reproduction tools purchased from Ferrari North America and the original jack kit with correct bulb holder, spark plugs and auxiliary belts. A major service was performed in May 2017 from Grand Prix Classics in Campbell, Ca and a Ferrari Club of America Platinum was awarded at the 2021 Concorso Italiano event during Monterey Car Week.


 


Ownership History:


 


Selling Dealer:


American Service Center, 585 N. Glebe Rd. Arlington, VA 22203  


01-03-1989: Sold to C. Collins of Fredericksburg, VA with 182 miles recorded


Original owner:


01-04-1989: C. Collins of Fredericksburg, VA


07-12-1989: 7,500-mile service performed by American Service Center in Arlington, VA


10-07-2007: 15,000-mile service performed by Ferrari of Washington DC at 12,557 miles


11-09-2009: Dealer purchased with 12,667 odometer reading


12-08-2009: Sold to A. Larardi of Marco Island, FL with 12,786 miles recorded


Second Owner:


12-09-2009: A. Larardi of Marco Island, FL


12-23-2009: Service performed by Manfred Automotive of Naples, FL at 12,824 miles


10-23-2011: Sold to V. Llamosi of New York, NY with 14,425 miles recorded


Third Owner:


10-24-2011: V. Llamosi of New York, NY


11-05-2011: Passed safety and emissions test with 14,449 miles recorded


04-25-2014: Service performed by Auto Elite of Tenafly, NJ with 14,910 miles recorded


02-27-2017: Sold to J. Cho of Saratoga, CA at 15,005 miles


Fourth Owner:


02-28-2017: J. Cho of Saratoga, CA


05-11-2017: Major Belt Service performed by Grand Prix Classics of Campbell, CA with 15,694 miles recorded


11-14-2022: Annual service and comprehensive inspection performed, new tires installed by Grand Prix Classics of Campbell, CA with 16,081 miles recorded