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1994 Ferrari 355 GTB ‘Euro Spec’

  • Early ‘Euro Spec’ example equipped with the 381-HP 2.7 Motronic engine and six-speed manual gearbox
  • Recent 2023 engine-out service, documented by photos and service records
  • Documented ownership, listed in the 355 Registry
  • Striking Verde Silverstone Metallic over Cognac tan interior

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The Ferrari 355 GTB was first introduced in 1994 as a replacement for the outgoing Ferrari 348. It was part of the Ferrari 355 series, which includes the 355 GTS (Spider) and the 355 F1 (F1-style paddle shifter). The 355 GTB was the coupe version of the beloved series. The Ferrari 355 GTB was designed by the renowned Italian design house, Pininfarina and featured an aerodynamic and striking exterior with sleek lines and prominent air intakes. Under the hood, the normal 355 GTB was powered by a 3.5-litre V-8 engine that produced around 375 horsepower; however, the example at hand is an early Euro Spec, so it is equipped with a 2.7 Motronic engine that produces 381 horsepower. Paired with a gated six-speed manual gearbox, the 355 GTB could accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just over 4 seconds, with a top speed exceeding 180 mph. The car’s handling and balance are also highly praised by critics and enthusiasts alike, making it a popular choice for drivers seeking a thrilling and engaging driving experience.

A highly desirable Euro Spec example, this 1994 Ferrari 355 GTB was delivered new to famous Belgium Ferrari dealership Garage Francorchamps. In looking at the service booklet entries, this Ferrari lived in Germany for a long time and appears to have been a showroom demo car or show stand car as the warranty book is filled out by the selling dealership and then not again until being acquired by its first private owner in 1996. Following the service booklet and service records on file, this Ferrari would pass through four more owners before landing in the current owner's possession. Also noted in the service booklet, there was an odometer swap due to a failed odometer at 33,484 km, the original odometer along with the documents will come with the car. Today, this Ferrari shows just over 46,200 kilometres (28,707 miles).

As documented in the 355 registry, this Ferrari is a very early 355 example that left the factory as a Euro Spec, meaning it is equipped with the non-airbag three-spoke steering wheel and a more powerful 381-horsepower 2.7 Motronic engine. This left-hand-drive Ferrari is still presented in its original Verde Silverstone Metallic over Cognac tan interior, both of which present well, only showing slight signs of normal road use. As expected, all of the lights work and the air-conditioning blows cold.

Documented by receipts and photos, this rare Euro Spec 355 GTB was the lucky recipient of a major servicing that took place in 2023, which entailed a complete engine-out service, timing belt service, air-conditioning service, and new tires were also equipped. The paint was professionally detailed, and the underside was dry ice-blasted. Along with the sale, this Ferrari will be accompanied by manuals, tools, extra keys, service records, map light, extensive paperwork going back to new, and photos of the engine-out service.

A rare and seldom seen 355 GTB Euro Spec example that has been faithfully maintained and recently sorted, this turn-key Ferrari in its highly desirable color will be the ultimate addition to one's garage or rotation of daily driver European performance cars.

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