today I took a look at a 328 GTS in yellow with a black interieur. I have to admit that yellow is not my color and I certainly won't buy a yellow one, however, it's still a very beautiful car.
It was the first time for me to ever sit in a Ferrari. Being 1,82 m tall, it was a tough fit. It was not possible to find a seating position that suited me right, I either couldn't reach the steering wheel or my head touched the roof, and I also had no idea where to put legs. The headrests were a joke.
Looking front, I could see some part of the hood, the overall view was even worse than in most modern cars.
That's Ferrari, I guess, and that's exactly what I have read about it everywhere, so I have to say that it met my expectations
My girlfriend at least fit into the car perfectly, so she could not really appreciate the feeling of sitting in a real Ferrari (I could, however).
The salesman did his best to ignore us, so we tried our luck on a 1995 Lotus Esprit Sport 300. Unbelievable, but true, the Lotus had even less space than the 328, and there was no way I could squeeze my feet below the steering gear. Interieur quality was out of question, with large gaps between the parts of the armatures. I really wondered if are they supposed to shrink when the car heats up at high speeds, like in the Concorde airplane.
All in all, I'd say that the 328 GTS is a very beautiful car, but not exactly what I am looking for at the moment. It would make a nice 3rd or 4th car for weekend driving.
Btw, being a dealer of race cars they had a number of other rare Ferrari: a 348 GT CS, a 348 Michelotto race car (with only 1 seat) and a 365 BB Widebody (Group IV car modified by Koenig with Campagnolo Wheels).
Always my best,