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1987 Ferrari 328 GTS
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1987 Ferrari 328 GTS - Rosso Corsa with tan seats, black upper dash, and red carpets. Recent major service and extensive service history dating back to the early 90s and verifying original mileage.-- History: The vehicle was sold new on 2-26-87. Our service history starts in 1993, with we believe the 2nd owner, at about 11k miles. This owner was from Delaware and serviced it regularly with Algar Ferrari. He did two full major services over the course of his ownership, in addition to other minor maintenance and necessary repairs. He also had a new clutch installed in 1998, at 14,127 miles He then sold it in 2003, at 17,403 miles, and had the timing belts changed just before it was sold. For some reason, the 3rd owner (Florida), got a non-actual mileage title issued in Florida. This baffles us, because at no point was the odometer repaired, and the mileage is consistent and verified during the 2nd owner's 10-year ownership. The issue was corrected, and the vehicle now has a proper actual mileage-title. He also had the vehicle serviced regularly, with oil and filter changes done just about every year, and a new starter and water pump installed in 2008. The fourth owner, also from Florida, took possession in 2011. He had a full major service, and then some, performed by Smith Motorworks. This included timing belts, cam seals, valve cover gaskets, end plate gaskets, spark plugs, Hill Engineering tensioner bearings, distributor gaskets, new thermostat and gasket, water pump and belt, fuel accumulator, air, fuel, and oil filters, and accessory belts. The oil was changed and coolant flushed as well. Total bill was just over $6500.00 In August of 2011, the owner had the A/C system upgraded, including an upgraded aluminum radiator. Total cost: $4978.83 Switchcars purchased the car in 2013 for one of our local clients, and had an annual service performed by North Coast Exotics just before delivery, along with installing brand new BF Goodrich G-Force Sport tires. The mileage at the time was 22,807. Our customer drove it regularly over the course of the summer, and that same year we tempted him with a 355 which he couldn't resist, and he traded it back in to us with the mileage you see now. We've had a couple minor repairs done to the car, including a new heater core and driver's side door channel, as well as all new, correct spark plugs. It's all serviced, up-to-date, and ready to go. -- Condition: Mechanically, this car is in excellent shape. It starts and runs perfectly every time, and it shifts smoothly and crisply. The car, like every gated Ferrari of its time, does hesitate going into 2nd gear when cold, but it is better than other ones I've driven, and with a good double-clutching, will go in just fine, and once warmed up is perfectly normal. The steering and suspension are tight, and it stops straight and true with no drama. Really, there's no excuses on the mechanical end. Cosmetically, the car is very nice. The paint is red and shiny, there is no evidence of rust or corrosion, and there are no major picks on the paint. The only pick is a chip on the front fender behind the headlight which has been filled in, but you can still see where it was. The top and targa bar are smooth and black, and are not dried out. The seats and interior are in great shape - the dash looks new, but the steering wheel does show a bit of wear around the edge. The driver's seat bolster does have the typical wear and cracking, and the bolster appears to have been re-dyed in the past. Other than the bolster, the leather is soft and in excellent shape, and no other part of the interior appears to have been dyed or messed with. The headlight stalk does have a small crack in it (another very common problem) and is a wee bit finicky. Also, the trunk boot cover zipper is broken. But overall, there are very minor things to dislike about this one, and it's a very clean car front to back