We are ready to help you find parts for all Ferrari 328 GTS models and years. After submitting your part search, you will receive price quotes directly from the sellers (i.e. Ferrari salvage yards, junk yards, Ferrari car part stores, etc.). Note all the Ferrari part price quotes are negotiable to an extent, so do not walk out from a deal before trying to barter with the seller. For example, if you get a price quote on a or for your Ferrari 328 GTS that is only in a fair condition, you may be able negotiate the price down. In general, your used Ferrari 328 GTS part will cost you about half the price of a new Ferrari 328 GTS genuine part.
FYI: Junkyards and auto salvage yard dismantle whole assemblies such as
Seat (Rear), Front Axle I-Beam, Radio,
Roof Panel, Trunklid / Decklid, Power Steering Pump,
Gauges, Power Steering Control Valve, Wheel Cover,
Side Marker Lamp, Oil Pan Transmission, Rear Suspension Assembly (Indep),
Headlight Motor, Header Panel Assembly, Wheel,
Rear Clip, Quarter Panel Extension, Oil Pan Transmission,
Suspension Cross Member
. This kind of parts is a good candidate for a quality used replacement part. Another good candidate for quality used replacement OE part could be an expensive audio system, car speaker, CD Changer, CD Player, Radio, Stereo Set, Computer and other sound equipment, Use your common sense when buying used replacement car and truck parts.
Note: We do not recommend buying used Ferrari 328 GTS inexpensive mechanical, service parts, or labor-intensive parts as candidates for QRP. Save yourself time, money and frustration - Do not buy used Ferrari 328 GTS mechanical/repair parts such as
Main Bearing O-Ring, Steering Rack Boot Kit, Injector Heat Shield, Timing Cover Gasket Set, Exhaust Manifold, Suspension Solenoid,
Flame Trap, Brake Reservoir Cap, Cooling Fan Bearing,
Oil Pump Bushing, Auxiliary Water Pump Kit, Timing Cover Gasket,
Water Temp. Sensor, Alternator Brush Set, Carburetor Top Gasket,
Cigar Lighter Bezel, Turbo Flange Gasket, Steering Damper Bush.,
. Note you can buy a new aftermarket mechanical part for a little bit more money but without the likelihood of failure after installation.