Whenever I read Letters to the editor in some magazines, people complain about the relevance of the Lamborghinis, the Enzo Ferraris and the SLR McLarens: no-one can drive these things quickly, so what’s the point of having them?
DESCRIPTION1987 FERRARI 328 GTS SPIDER # ZFFXA20A2H0070337.(Stock #3551.) In 1986, The Ferrari 328 succeeded the universally acclaimed 308 made famous by Tom Selleck in the "Magnum, P.I." television series. Available in coupe or targa-top form, the 328 had increased performance (0-60 mph in 5.5 seconds with a top speed of 166 mph) some advantageous styling refinements and became known as one of the most reliable and reasonable-to-maintain Ferraris. Ours is finished in an unusual color combination of Marrone Colorado body, black targa top and saddle leather and is very elegant on this car which we have known since its original owner. We purchased the car in February, 1993, then with 14,291 miles, and sold it to a many-purchase local (Mendham) customer of ours who traded the car back to us 4 years later on a Ferrari Testarossa. We then sold the car to an Ohio customer who enjoyed it for almost 7 years before we repurchased the car from him, then with 27,025 miles, in December, 2003. The car's most recent owner purchased it from us at that time and the car joined his local (Peapack) collection for 10 years, seeing an additional 6.330 miles prior to us receiving our old friend back in September, 2013. In 2011, that owner sent the car to a Ferrari dealership and spent in excess of $10,000 to have the car brought to optimum mechanical condition. Total mileage is now 33,355 and the car remains in the same pristine condition as it was when we first met in 1993. Original manuals, tools and records are present on this great driving, amazingly well-preserved car.
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