Our 1999 / T Registered vehicle is beautifully presented in unmarked Silver, with Full Black Leather Upholstery + Black Carpets.
The Specification list is exactly as you would expect from the very last run of this Modern Classic Ferrari.
It benefits from a full service history by Ferrari Main Dealers and highly regarded Ferrari Specialists, as follows:
10/05/00 - 3,165 Miles Ferrari Main Dealer
26/06/01 - 6,281 Miles Ferrari Main Dealer
14/08/02 - 10,222 Miles - Ferrari Main Dealer
31/07/03 - 13,197 Miles - Ferrari Main Dealer
14/07/04 - 17,063 Miles - Ferrari Main Dealer
05/07/05 - 22,666 Miles - Ferrari Main Dealer
31/01/06 - 28,764 Miles - Ferrari Specialist
29/10/07 - 30,946 Miles - Ferrari Specialist
27/04/09 - 33,002 Miles - Ferrari Specialist
12/05/11 - 33,938 Miles - Ferrari Specialist
06/11/13 - 35,886 Miles - Ferrari Specialist
17/09/14 - 39,445 Miles - Ferrari Specialist
Front: Michelin Pilot Sport - 225 x 40 x ZR18
Rear: Bridgestone Expedia - 265 x 40 x ZR18
Front Right: 7mm
Front Left: 7mm
Rear Right: 7mm
Rear Left: 7mm
We have the original Owner's Manual and Service Book, as well as receipts and invoices for historical work carried out on this vehicle, as well as 1 Key.
For more information or to arrange a viewing, please contact our sales team on 01772 663 777.
Viewing is strictly by appointment only.
The Ferrari F355 (Type F129) is a sports car built by Ferrari from May 1994 to 1999. It is an evolution of the Ferrari 348 and was replaced by the Ferrari 360. It is a mid-engined, rear wheel drive V8-powered two-seat coupe, targa, or convertible. Design emphasis for the F355 was placed on significantly improved performance, as well as drivability across a wider range of speeds and in different environments (such as low-speed city traffic.)
Apart from the displacement increase from 3.4 to 3.5 L, the major difference between the V8 engine in the 348 and F355 is the introduction of a 5-valve cylinder head. This new head design allowed for better intake permeability and resulted in an engine that was considerably more powerful, producing 380 PS (279 kW; 375 hp). The longitudinal 90� V8 engine was bored 2mm over the 348's engine (85 mm rather than 83 mm), resulting in the small increase in displacement. Engine internals are produced using lightweight materials; the connecting rods are forged in Ti6-Al-4V titanium alloy. The engine's compression ratio is 11:1 and it employed the Bosch Motronic M2.7 engine control unit in the 1995 model year, which was then changed to the M5.2 in 1996 through end of production. The Motronic system controlled the electronic fuel injection and ignition systems, with a single spark plug per cylinder. Engine lubrication is via a dry-sump oiling system.
The frame is a steel monocoque with tubular steel rear sub-frame with front and rear suspensions using independent, unequal-length wishbones, coil springs over gas-filled telescopic shock absorbers with electronic control servos and anti-roll bars. The car allows selection between two damper settings, "Comfort" and "Sport".