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The Gstaad Sale / 1988 Ferrari 328 GTBChassis no. ZFFCA19S000076240Engine no. P04611401

LOT 107
1988 Ferrari 328 GTB
3 juillet 2022, 14 h 00 UTC+2
Gstaad, Palace Hotel

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1988 Ferrari 328 GTB Coupé
Coachwork by Pininfarina

Chassis no. ZFFCA19S000076240
Engine no. P04611401

• Delivered new in Switzerland
• Present ownership since 2000
• 22,720 kilometres recorded
• Offered with books and tools


Introduced in 1985, the Ferrari 328 GTB was similar to the preceding 308 GTB apart from its 3.2-litre engine. Representing the second generation of Ferrari's V8-engined road cars, the entirely new 308 GTB had debuted at the Paris Salon in 1975. This particular model line had begun in 1973 with the Dino-badged 308 GT4 2+2. The latter's wedge-shaped styling - by Bertone rather than the customary Pininfarina - was not universally well received but the performance of the amidships-mounted, double-overhead-camshaft 3.0-litre V8 certainly was, and a dry-sump version of the same power unit was used for the 308 GT4's two-seat successor. Built on a shorter wheelbase, the stunningly beautiful 308 GTB marked a welcome return to Pininfarina styling. Further developments included the introduction in 1977 of an open-top GTS version with Targa-style removable roof, the adoption of Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection (1980) and, finally, revised cylinder heads with four valves per cylinder (1982).

In 1985, the 308 was superseded by the mechanically similar but larger engined 328 GTB. By increasing both bore and stroke, the quattrovalvole engine's capacity was raised to 3,186cc which, together with a higher compression ratio, revised pistons, and an improved Marelli engine management system, lifted maximum power to 270bhp. Top speed was raised to 263km/h (163mph) with the sprint to 100km/h (62mph) covered in a fraction over 5.5 seconds. On the outside, the elegant simplicity of Pininfarina's original 308 had been diluted somewhat but its underlying beauty, though, could not be disguised. "In our book, this is still the most beautiful of all contemporary exotics - a gorgeous looking car," declared Motor magazine. The 328 GTB/GTS continued in production until 1989, by which time almost 22,000 308/328s of all types had been sold, making the model the most commercially successful Ferrari of all time.

Finished in red with beige interior, this 328 GTB was sold new by Automobili Ferrari, Sportgarage Bruno Wyss in Zofingen, Switzerland to its first owner Mr Heinz Scheurer on 24th March 1988. Sportgarage Bruno Wyss serviced the Ferrari on 20th February 1990 at 10,023 kilometres and again on 16th February 1996 at 18,600 kilometres. The current vendor purchased the car from Sportgarage Bruno Wyss in 2000 at 21,600 kilometres (invoice on file) and it has covered only a further 1,120 kilometres since then. Offered with its tool kit, car cover, Swiss Carte Grise and all books, the Ferrari is in excellent condition but will require servicing following a lengthy period in storage.

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