I've seen a few posts recently where the writer has commented on how easy it is to disconnect the speedo on older Ferrari's inc 308's and assume that includes the 328.
I just wondered how easy it is to spot any tell tale signs of previous owners trying to cover up the cars true mileage, and does it really matter as long as it has been properly maintained and serviced with cam belt changes every 3 yrs.
I have no reason to suspect the mileage on my own car isn't accurate. Upon reviewing the service records and annual inspection certificates (MOT's in the UK) it looks as though the car was hardly used in the 5 years before I bought it (roughly 2500 miles). The total mileage is approx 21K in 18 yrs.
The interior of the car is also in nearly mint condition, apart from the seat backs which flap around a bit when you first get in the car.
I've also been told my small oil leak from the cam seals would suggest lack of use, although these were replaced on the last major service in April 06, but it still leaks because I don't use it enough
From a personal point of view I don't really care if my mileage is 21K or 50K, as long as it starts every time I want to use it and doesn't break down. Whether it effects the resale value isn't really a concern as I don't have any plans to sell it in the short, medium or long term, I'd waited 20+ yrs to own a 308/328 so I'm unlikely to give up my dream now.