Personally - I think this is the best 1st Ferrari to ever buy...They one of Pinifarinas best looking cars, they are old enough now to have all the depreciation gone, they are mechnically very strong, I agree with Jimmy's comment regarding size, although I'm 6'0" and I never had a problem, as for speed, depends what you've been driving, a 328 maybe the quickest thing you've ever sat in? - But I'll bet very few will match the handling or the sense of occasion when you fire that V8 up?pyroguy said:Shopping for my first Ferrari. Always was attacted to the 308/328 series. Concentrating my efforts towards a 1989 328. Would love to hear some pros and cons of this car.
You can do it directly from:pyroguy said:Thanks for the referrral Boxer. If anyone has an e-mail address for SJ I would appreciate it.
Have you taken a look at our Buyers Guide for the 328 ?pyroguy said:Dear WhiteNSX,
Thanks for the reply. Started seriously looking the past 6 months or so. Hope to have one picked out by next year. Gives my wife and I a chance to take some weekend getaways to look at the vehicles. I would like to do what I can on the car. Good to know people are willing to share their knowledge.
What are some of the problem issues with 328s that I should keep my eyes open for when looking? Not surprising it seems that price seems to follow the East/West coast higher prices as opposed to the slightly lower prices I've seen for a midwest 328. Anything worth my attention appears to be in the $40k to $60k price range