Ferrari 328 GTS
Introduced in 1985, the Ferrari 328 replaced the 308, and although the greenhouse remained unchanged, by smoothing out some of the 308’s more angular lines, Pininfarina managed to modernise the design and improve its aerodynamic efficiency. In GTS guise, the vinyl-covered removable roof section was carried over from the 308. Tipping the scales at 1,435 kgs, the 328 GTS was considerably lighter than its predecessor, and its 90-degree Ferrari V8 had been bored and stroked to gain 200 cc of displacement. All told, the car could sprint from a standstill to 100 km/h in under six seconds and, with 270 bhp on tap, was fully capable of reaching redline in top gear, which made it an exceptionally entertaining car to drive vigorously.
Source: RM Auctions