Spotted in Marietta (GA), United States of America
Date 2019-01-23 06:11

After spotting this Arizona tagged horse ( CKG3082 ) I thought I hit the automobile lottery. She looked perfect from every turn, so I thought. After reviewing my pics on the computer my dad related to me that everything looked perfect on this 288 GTO look alike, except the exhaust. He stated it was from a 308/328. Sure enough after running the tags on Vinwiki it came back as a 328 GTB. My dad stated that a company out of Arizona around the 90's created these masterpieces. As disappointing as I am, she was still drop dead gorgeous! I spotted her at the Starbucks located off of Johnson Ferry Road, and Paper Mill in Marietta.

Auto details

Topspeed 263 km/u
Acceleration 0-100 km/u 6.40 s
Power 270 pk
Torque 31 Nm @ 5500 tpm
Weight 1445 kg

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    FRANCE jersay69  -  2019-01-23 at 11:23

    Nice spot anyway! There also seems to be something wrong with the size of the wheels and how they fit.

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    NETHERLANDS McSjoom  -  2019-01-23 at 13:50

    Great spot nonetheless!

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    HUNGARY ShaytonSky  -  2019-01-23 at 17:05

    Awesome find buddy! Never mind it's not a real 288 GTO, it is still a masterpiece anyways. And I am pretty sure there is a real one waiting for you to spot it in the near future so keep up the search! Nice spot and pictures as always.

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    NETHERLANDS thomcarspotter  -  2019-01-23 at 18:41

    Now that's pretty crazy! Great spot and cool that your dad knew about the exhausts!

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    NETHERLANDS OJ  -  2019-01-23 at 21:17

    Nice combo too

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    POLAND Herman05  -  2019-01-23 at 23:04

    The thing that it's just a 328 GTB oesn't make it any worse, West! Still, it looks gorgeous

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    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Horse-Power  -  2019-01-24 at 07:18

    Thank you jersay69 , McSjoom , Greg, Thom, OJ, Henry, and Ruud for your comments. I really appreciate them.

    @ShaytonSky Hi Greg, Thanks mate. I have been spotting full time since 2002, and I am always optimistic on what ever finds its way in front of my camera. That spontaneous feeling never gets old, IMHO. However I am missing the Enzo, F40, and 288 GTO from my pages. I really was excited about this spot, and I thought that I could finally cross at least one of those cars off my bucket list. I do feel lucky to spot this car because, it did look authentic and stunning. On to the next spot, because you just never know whats lurking around the next corner, right?

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    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA NCspotter  -  2019-01-24 at 23:19

    Great spot! I would have absolutely lost it if I saw something like this. Even though it's not a real GTO it does look pretty legit.

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    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Horse-Power  -  2019-01-25 at 08:08

    @NCspotter Hi Nick. Remember that replica Ferrari 250 GTO spot I sent you pics from Miami last December. What are the mathematical odds for being teased twice on spotting two rare Ferrari's , lol. Thanks for your comments,buddy.

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    NETHERLANDS lyon1845  -  2019-02-13 at 06:49

    Still a cool spot and who knows maybe one day you will hit that lotery and buy a 288GTO, but spotting one could also be a possibility for you.

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    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Horse-Power  -  2019-02-13 at 13:26

    @lyon1845 Honestly Alen, after 17 years I am starting to get getting worried my friend. I never loose my optimism though. Thanks buddy for your kind words.

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    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Jjrivero  -  2020-02-27 at 23:51

    Cool spot and good job to your dad!

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