Ferrari 328

Ferrari 328 GTSA logical development of the 308 cars, the 328 was launched at the Frankfurt Motorshow in 1985. It used a bored and stroked engine with a capacity of 3185cc, still transversely located behind the two seats in a mildly facelifted body. The latter had revised front and rear bumpers, engine cooling grille (the grilles in the front wings disappeared, whilst the bonnet grille expanded), interior, instrumentation and a few other details. The chassis was stretched by 10mm, but otherwise remained essentially unchanged.

Production continued until 1989 when they were replaced by the 348. The 'tax friendly' two-litre version, known simply as the 'GTB turbo' or 'GTS turbo' is covered on our 208 page. A total of 761 328GTB's and 3431 328GTS's were built.
Ferrari 328GTS  (car by Talacrest - see 'Links')

Technical Details
Engine 3185cc (83x73.6mm) 90deg V8 dohc (per bank) with 270bhp @ 7,000rpm
Suspension  front : double wishbones and coil springs plus anti-roll bar
rear : double wishbones and coil springs plus anti-roll bar
wheelbase : 2350mm
track (front/rear) : 1485mm/1465mm
Brakes ventilated discs all round with servo assistance
Transmission 5 speed manual plus ZF self-locking diff
Steering rack and pinion
Empty weight GTB : 1,263kg
GTS : 1,273kg

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