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This particular 328 GTS was built in August 1989 and it was one of the very last 328's ever made!
Model year 1989 production #'s starts at 78835 and ends 83136 and my 328 GTS is 82959.
This Ferrari is investment quality with less than 19k miles and it was the Ferrari Club of America Platinum
Concours (First Place) award winner at Concorso Italiano, as shown in photos.
This model is much rarer than many people realize. Only 1089 328GTS models were produced in 1989 (see link below)
and very few were made in blue.
A very low mileage 1989 Ferrari 328 GTS.This 1989 Ferrari 328 GTS is in excellent condition. This car was designed when Enzo Ferrari was still alive and it
has the coveted 5 speed gated shifter. With the average new Ferrari costing about $275k, these cars are relative
bargains now and are starting to increase in value. They are not making any more of these and this model is
becoming very hard to find, especially with only about 18.8k miles. Furthermore, the 1989 model is the most
desirable and most valuable to collectors due to a number of refinements including ABS brakes. This model is in a
rare and gorgeous blue metallic color. It has an excellent service history and it had a major $8k service less than
700 miles ago, so it is ready to enjoy. I was going to keep this car forever, but I rarely drive it because it is
kept in a garage at a relative's house which is not close to where I live and they plan to move so I need to sell
the car as I don't have the garage space.
If this award winning, extremely low mileage and well-serviced car was at a dealer the price would be significantly
higher. In Europe, these cars cost about twice as much on average as they do here and many Europeans are buying
these cars in the US and shipping them back. With a very high serial number of 82959, this is one of the last
328's ever produced (83136 was the last one making this one of the last 200 ever made). This adds to the
collectibility and investment quality of this car. These cars are not depreciating in value, in fact they are going
up and are poised for very big gains in the coming years. If you buy a new Porsche for over $100k, you can watch it
depreciate to about $35k over the next 10 years. I think a classic car like this makes a lot more sense
financially because it is likely to rise in value, and it is much rarer than a 911. In 10 years or so, a top
example 328 GTS could follow the same price trajectory as the model it replaced: A top, award winning and low
mileage example of the 246 GTS can go for about $500k.
Due to its exceptional interior and exterior condition, this particular car is an award winner as it has the
platinum award from the Vintage Concours in Woodland Hills. This car includes all books, tools, service records
since new, both keys, (two sets) and a clean carfax report. This car comes with a trickle charger which makes it
easy to maintain. Of course it also comes with the Platinum Concours Award plaque as shown in the photo. This is an
investment quality car due to it being a 1989 model, a concours award winner, one of the last 328's ever produced,
it has a rare blue color, an exceptionally clean tan interior and because of the extremely low miles and proper
service history since it was new..