1995 Ferrari F355 Berlinetta

The Ferrari F355 was an amalgamation of firsts and lasts. This was the first Ferrari to feature five valves per cylinder and showcased the new F1 paddle shift gearbox. It would be the last mid-engined Ferrari to feature the instantly recognizable flying buttress rear end featured on so many mid-engined throughout the years. But above all, this was perhaps one of the most beautiful Ferraris of recent memory, with the famous wedge shape of the eighties having been smoothed out for the nineties before things got wild in the new millenium. This F355 looks stunning in Rosso Metallizzato, which resembles Alfa Romeo's Rosso Vinaccia.

Year: 1995
Model: F355 Berlinetta
Engine: 3.5 liter V8
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 24,800 mi
Price: $59,000 Buy It Now

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1995 Ferrari 355 Berlinetta. 6 speed, 24,800 miles. Original two owner car in rare Rosso Metallizzato. Car has recently had its "engine out" belt service with only 400 miles added to the odometer since completed. This is a fully documented, complete example of a desirable 355. Its equipped with a Tubi exhaust that makes the most beautiful music you have ever heard. You wont be able to sneak home driving this one. It has two items that need attention to make it "Show Ready" which are as follows: (1) The emergency brake boot has started to come apart at the seams, and needs to be replaced or re-stitched. (2) The switch surrounds have been effected by the "sticky" issues that is common with these cars. They can be restored for about $600 for the complete set. If your looking for an extremely clean 6 speed coupe with service history, I would find it hard to believe you will find a nicer one. Pre Purchase inspections are always welcomed, and encouraged. I can assist in shipping anywhere in the world, and with importation in the United States.

While there are some small trim items that need attention, this 6-speed F355 presents rather well in this unusual color. Prices have dipped a bit on F355s in the last few years but seem to be climbing again for well kept examples that are equipped attractively. I'd say this F355 is not far off the mark, but somewhere in the low $50,000 territory is probably more like it given current values.

-Paul

Posted under: Ferrari
Dated: Aug 27 2013

2 Comments

  1. David says:

    According to Cavallino’s market guide, the high-low for this car is about $45k-$70k.

  2. David says:

    12 bids reserve not met at $38,100