1995 Ferrari F355



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To be OFFERED AT AUCTION at Auctions America’s Fort Lauderdale event, April 1-3, 2016.

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$ 60,000 - $ 80,000 US

Billed as the "ultimate" drivers Ferrari, the F355 represents the purist’s version of the Ferrari experience.

Introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1994, the Ferrari F355 Berlinetta was styled by Pininfarina and would be the successor to the ageing 348. It brought about a number of technological improvements that made it one of the best performing Ferraris of all time. The main features were power steering and electronically controlled variable damping that allowed the car to be totally comfortable while touring, but could instantly stiffen up as the driver pushed the car. The F355 spent many hours in the wind-tunnel resulting in the blend of elegant style and aerodynamic performance.

The F355 is regarded by many as the best production V-8 Ferrari produced; it was considered to have it all. A sleek, sexy shape backed up by mechanicals that could deliver on the promise of the agile Italian bodywork. Available as a Berlinetta coupe, GTS targa or Spider, the F355 was the pinnacle of many enthusiast aspirations.

This exciting Spider is equipped with the 3.5-liter, five-valve per cylinder V-8, rated at 375 horsepower. This manual six-speed Ferrari Spider has been driven sparingly and is appropriately equipped with full power options from the factory and displays numerous controls for your convenience at your fingertips. Among the conveniences is air conditioning, radio, four-wheel disc brakes; power top and windows It is finished in a great, seldom seen color combination – best of all, it’s a Ferrari.

History has shown that the Spider proved to be the second-most popular F355 model from 1994-1999, with a total production of 3,717 units with an MSRP of over $130,000.
1995 Ferrari F355 Spider