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1994 Ferrari 348 Tb Challenge No. 14 Of 32 Built **no Reserve Auction** on 2040-cars

Year:1994 Mileage:64400 Color: looks great

Lexington, Missouri, United States

Lexington, Missouri, United States

I am regrettably listing my 1994 Challenge car. It is #14 of 32 built and one of the few that was never converted or raced. The 348C's and a handful of the 355C's are the only ones that were issued titles for road use. My plan was to strip the car down to race trim and use it for both road and track. The Challenge cars are the rare few that you can modify and actually have the value increase. Ferrari built 32 348C's in 1994, 100 Series Speciale cars in 1993 and 15 additional Series Speciale cars in 1994. These are the only limited production 348's for the US market. The Challenge kit (which consisted of mostly now out-of-date safety equipment) would have been installed by the dealer in most Challenge cars.  The car currently has not had any of the Challenge package installed, but came with the racing pedals, roll cage mounts, different steering wheel and a few other Challenge items from the factory. This 348 is eligible to run in the Challenge Club Racing Championship/CCR Forza Tifosi Challenge.

She is Rosso Corsa on tan and has 64,400 miles with a major service (engine out) completed on June 25, 2013 at 62,500 miles. The service included new Hill tensioners, new injectors, plugs, belts, water pump, only two valves needed a re-shim, fluids, a couple bearings in idlers/tensioners, gaskets, air cleaner and new tires. The A/C components are intact. However, I planned on removing them and did not recharge the system at the time of service. The car drove great from its previous home of Los Angeles to it's current home in Kansas City immediately following the service. The seats are not in the greatest condition, but the rest of the interior is nice. As you can see, the exterior looks great, but is not flawless. There are a couple knicks and light scratches. I also have a new chrome Cavallino on the way for the rear grill. She is definitely the right color and still makes me smile every time I tell her goodnight.

348's are great and weather permitting we drive them everyday. The only reason I am selling this one is to cover a 430 Challenge project I am purchasing. We also own another 348 SS/Challenge or I would not even think of turning loose of this one.  So take this opportunity to add one of the few collectible 348's to your stable. Remember.. they only built 32 of these.

I can offer enclosed delivery to the east coast this month for a small fee. I can also provide indoor storage if needed, but the car will need to be paid for in full within 7 days of auction close.

Please feel free to call with any questions. 480-334-8251 (12pm to 8pm cst)

Thank you.

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