Last updated Feb 1, 2013
This Ferrari is a driver. Its late owner must have enjoyed driving up and down the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) from Santa Monica up to Oxnard through Malibu. It is awaiting its new owner here at the Murphy Auto Museum. It will need some TLC before getting back on the PCH to make sure all the timing belt is new and the fluids are fresh.
"The 3.2-liter 328 had 270 horsepower at 7,000 rpm, with a serious super-car top speed of 160 miles per hour and a scorching 0 to 60 mph time of only 5.5 seconds."
"The 328 is considered by many to be the best built, most reliable Ferrari ever. It is the product of a dozen years of 308 experience. It was solidly constructed, with a steel body welded to an oval tube frame. It featured simple Bosch fuel injection and an engine you serviced without removing it from the car."
Steve Ahlgrim for Sports Car Market
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