1990 Ferrari 348


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Guide price: £42000 - £48000. <ul><li>German supplied left-hand drive 348TB with less than 28,000 miles</li><li>Cambelt Serviced at QCV London only 1,700 miles ago. Good detailed history</li><li>Has original leather book pack, tools, German paperwork, V5c, and a fresh MOT</li><li>Ferrari owners are often fastidious but this car has really been cared for</li></ul><p>The Ferrari 348 series marked a radical departure in the way Maranello constructed its cars, replacing as they did a chassis of traditional steel tubes with a much stiffer monocoque structure with a tubular rear subframe. Suspension remained independent front and rear with wishbones, springs, telescopic shocks, anti-roll bars, and revised geometry. The ventilated disc brakes were much larger than those of its predecessor, the Ferrari 328, and used anti-lock technology. A midship-mounted V8 returned, but it was larger and more powerful displacing 3405cc, mounted longitudinally and mated to a transverse gearbox. The displacement accounted for the new car's Ferrari 348 designation. The suffix TB came from the transverse gearbox and closed 'Berlinetta' body style. A higher compression ratio and updated fuel injection helped generate 300 horsepower, 30-40 more than the Ferrari 328, whilst a dry-sump oiling system gave the new Ferrari a lower centre of gravity. The 348 was the last design under the supervision of legendary chief stylist Leonardo Fioravanti, and a lot of the styling cues came from the Testarossa, particularly the side strakes, however, its forms were softer than those of the 328 but still curvaceous and with a longer wheelbase and wider track the interior had a bit more space.</p><p>This very smart, left-hand drive Ferrari 348 TB was supplied new to a Herr Helmut Mander in Germany in 1990. Finished in Rosso with a black leather interior, the car was imported to the UK in 1998, when it had covered 23,219 km, by a Mr R. Derham of Earsham, who immediately sent it to respected marque specialists Italia Autosport where it received a full major service including a new cambelt generating an invoice totalling over £3,000. In August 2006, whilst in the ownership of a Mr D.Tempest, the speedometer was changed from a kilometre unit to a new Ferrari mph unit and the details of this head change are contained in an invoice from Pennine Automotive Engineering showing the car had at that time covered 40,378km.</p><p>Our vendor purchased this Ferrari in June 2015 and sent it to trusted marque specialists QV London for a new cambelt and full service. Since then it has only been used in fair weather and totally pampered by our vendor. Now reading 2,478 miles on the odometer, giving a total mileage of 27,567 miles, the condition of the car would suggest this to be correct.</p><p>Supplied with its leather book pack containing all the relevant literature, original tools, its German Fahrzeugbrief and TUV documents, and arriving at the sale with a fresh MOT, this sharp 348 TB is attractively estimated and is an excellent example of a model that is now getting the attention it deserves.</p>