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The Ferrari 355 Challenge Sports Car
The Ferrari 355 Challenge – A close look at this classic sports car’s performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices. The Ferrari 348 Challenge sports car was a race Series for amateur drivers, first established in 1993. Ferrari offered an optional Challenge kit priced at $14,000 and, by using it, the original 348 could be transformed into the race version in the order of 60 man hours. The 3.4 litre, V8 engine used in the Challenge Series, when converted, would develop an output of 320 bhp. The 348 Challenge car’s last season was in 1995, which coincided with the launch of the 355 Challenge variant.The Ferrari 348 TB and TS Sports Car
The Ferrari 348 – A close look at this classic sports car’s performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices. The Ferrari 348 TB sports car, launched in 1989, was the replacement for the 328 and 308 Series which were, over a period of some fourteen years, amongst the best selling sports cars produced by Ferrari. The 348 was offered as both a TB Berlinetta coupe, and a Targa-style TS variant, where the “T” referred to the fact that the gearbox was positioned transversely. In line with the nomenclature of its predecessors, the “34” in the car’s name referred to the engine capacity, whilst the “8” indicated the number of cylinders. The 348 TB represented the very first model to be announced since the death of the Ferrari founder in 1988. The body styling was by Pininfarina, and exhibited a distinct similarity to the Ferrari Testarossa, especially in relation to the side air intakes, and the rectangular-shaped rear lights.The Ferrari 348 GTB Sports Car
The Ferrari 348 GTB – A close look at this classic sports car’s performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices. The Ferrari 348 TB and TS sports cars underwent some styling and output changes in the latter part of 1993 to produce a new 348 GT Series, and were designated the 348 GTB and 348 GTS, together with the 348 Spyder. The colour of the bonnet and lower skirts were changed from black to the same colour as the rest of the body. Since the rear tyres now incorporated wider rims, the rear track was increased by one inch. The setup of the suspension was modified to improve both handling and ride characteristics. A smaller fuel tank was added which helped to reduce weight, provide additional space, and add extra support to increase the rigidity of the chassis.The Ferrari 348 Challenge/Serie Speciale Sports Cars
The Ferrari 348 Challenge – A close look at this classic sports car’s performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices. The 348 Challenge sports car from Ferrari was a single marque race Series, first set up in 1993, and aimed at amateur drivers. It was initially established in Europe and, within a year, had spread to the US. Originally, the Series centred on converted 348 Serie Speciale cars, but this was later extended to any 348 from 1989 onwards that reached 348 SS specification. In 1994, Ferrari introduced a limited edition of just 45 cars, consisting of 32×348 TB’s and 13×348 TS’s, targeted at the US market, that were designated the 348 Factory Challenge. The Serie Speciale sports cars included sills that were painted the same colour as the rest of the car, and this feature was carried over to the Challenge Series. These Challenge cars had road-going trim, and each received an individually numbered plate that was positioned on the right hand door frame.The Ferrari 355 Sports Car
The Ferrari 355 – A close look at this classic sports car’s performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices. The Ferrari F355 sports car, introduced in 1994, was the successor to the 348 Series. Styled by Pininfarina, there was an emphasis on smooth lines, whilst embodying a fastback style. It was offered as the two seater Berlinetta coupe, the GTS with a Targa-style top, and the Spyder convertible. At launch, the Berlinetta was priced at $130,000, whilst the other two variants both had a price tag of $137,000. It used a steel monocoque chassis and tubular engine sub-frame, coil spring independent suspension all round with gas-filled shock absorbers that were activated electronically, and anti-roll bars. The driver was able to control the firmness of the ride by choosing the appropriate damper setting of Comfort or Sport.