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Ferrari 328 GTS *deutsches Fahrzeug*Serviceheft* 1988

General description : wunderschöner Ferrari 328 GTS in giallo (gelb) mit schwarzer Volllederausstattung und 55.000 km. Das Fahrzeug befindet sich optisch wie auch technisch in einem sehr guten Zustand. Der 328 stand viele Jahre in einer Sammlung und wurde 2014 wieder behutsam zum Leben erweckt. Das Fahrzeug hat eine große Wartung mit einem Ölwechsel samt Filter, einen Zündkerzenwechsel, einen Kühlflüssigkeitswechsel sowie einen Zahnriemenwechsel samt Spannrollen erhalten. Der 328 GTS ist sehr gut dokumentiert mit der Ferrari Bordmappe mit Bedienungsanleitung und dem orig. Serviceheft sowie diverse Rechnungen und Belegen. Das Reserverad sowie das Bordwerkzeug sind vorhanden.

Wartungen wurden bei folgenden Kilometerständen durchgeführt:

02/1992 - 10.000 km
07/1993 - 20.700 km
01/1994 - 29.800 km
12/1994 - 40.294 km
01/2014 - 54.086 km

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1988 Ferrari 328 GTS *deutsches Fahrzeug*Serviceheft* is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Dannhornweg 2DE-30916 Isernhagen by springbok sportwagen GmbH for €90000.


Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Ferrari Model : 328 GTS Model Version : *deutsches Fahrzeug*Serviceheft* Engine size : 3.2 Model Year : 1988 Sub type : Convertible Location : Dannhornweg 2DE-30916 Isernhagen Vehicle Registration : Undefined

90000 €

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springbok sportwagen GmbH
+49 (0)5139 951439125
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