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1994 Ferrari 348 Spider on 2040-cars

US $23,800.00
Year:1994 Mileage:50327 Color: Blue /
 Tan
Location:

Duncan Falls, Ohio, United States

Duncan Falls, Ohio, United States

You are viewing a used 1994 Ferrari 348 Spider with 50k miles, finished in Ferrari Blu Sera over Grigio Nappa
leather. It's 3.4L V8 engine produces 316 horsepower at 7,200 rpm and 238 lb-ft of torque at 5000 rpm, reaching a
high speed of over 176 miles per hour and capable of climbing from 0-60 in just 5.4 seconds, nothing short of
impressive for this used luxury car. First unveiled in 1993, the 348 Spider, or convertible, was the first fully
open Ferrari in over 20 years. This classic, used exotic is a 3 pedal, 5-speed true manual transmission. The
Spiders built by Ferrari have always been an exemplary display of their sporting background, one that drew
Pininfarina to style the 348 chassis initially. What resulted was a car whose flawless appearance matched its
exceptional performance, and today this used Ferrari is a collectible you can enjoy on the road.

Beautiful Turn Key 1994 Ferrari 348 Convertible
Engine out performed in 2019 w/upgraded Hill Engineering Tensioners and Bearings
Top is in great shape
Upgraded 360 Modena Wheels
Snap-on Top Cover Included
Red Car Cover Included
No Sticky Buttons/Switches
Wired-In Trickle Charger

Highlights Include:

- Clear Title
- Service Records
- Fresh Major Belt Service in 2019
- Hyperflow High Flow Cats
- Original Tool Kit
- Front Bumper Skid Plate
- No Leaks
- No Accidents

Specs:
Engine:(F119H) DOHC, 32 Valve V8, 3405 cc
Bore/Stroke: 85mm x 75mm
Compression ratio: 10.8:1
Power: 320 PS (235 kW; 316 hp) @ 7,200 rpm
Maximum Torque: 238 lb/ft, 324 Nm @ 5,000 rpm
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Chassis: Steel platform & sub-frame
Suspension: Independent all round
Brakes: 4-wheel Disc ABS
Max. Speed: over 280 km/h (over 174 mph)
Acceleration
0100 km/h (62 mph): 5.4 s
0161 km/h (100 mph): 12.0 s
1/4 mile : 13.6 s (As rated)


01/01/19- Repaired all 4 Wheels by B Auto Parts

01/13/19- Engine Out Service Performed by Exotics Motors Midwest

348 Major Service Kit from Ricambi

(Hill Engineering Tensioners/Bearings)

Purchase Order: 21264

Invoice: 3459

09/07/19- Replaced LH Cut-Off Valve P/N 147390

09/22/19- Replaced LH Steering Bellow P/N 139408

09/23/19- Flushed/Bled all Brakes w/DOT 4 Fluid

09/23/19- Flushed/Bled Radiator Fluid

01/01/20- New Battery Installed

01/01/20- Oil/Filter Change (50,000) Pennzoil 5W40 Euro Blend

03/06/20- Oil Change (50,320) Pennzoil 5W40 Euro Blend

03/13/20- Replaced Left & Right Door Actuator New P/N 62832300

03/13/20- Replaced Door Locking ECU New P/N 178720

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