1989 Ferrari 328 GTS 3.2 V8 from North America
A classic piece of automotive art
I continue to have a problem with the battery draining. I have replaced the battery and the wiring has been thoroughly checked, but the problem remains a mystery.
This vehicle is visually stunning. It appears to be moving quickly even at standstill. Sitting behind the wheel gives you the impression that you are part of the car.
Performance is better than I expected from (by North American standards) a small V8 and the handling is outstanding with exceptional braking capabilities.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 27th January, 2004
5th Feb 2004, 02:26
You are right on.
15th Jan 2005, 15:11
I have owned a 1989 328 GTS for seven years. Having raced 15 years I enjoy hammering this car on the track. The weight to hp ratio is not efficiant. I would call this car a luxury liner. The Dino 246 has a great wt. to hp ratio. Hammer this car and feel Ferrari's racing heritage. The 308 GT/4 in right hands can dust a 328 on a short track. The targa style top on the 246 and 8's leak and create wind noise and makes a perfectly beautiful car suffer. Purchase a Berinetta and drive the car... You only have one chance in life... Don't park it... The 328 is a very costly fox of a car. The Daytona is by far the best...