The F355 Spider was introduced to the public in 1995, one year
after the Berlinetta and GTS versions made their debut at the 1994
Geneva Motor Show. Its rigid, semi-monocoque steel chassis with
variable-section, tubular front and rear sub-frames ensured that
the open-topped F355 retained much of the performance of its
hardtop siblings. A key part was the same mid-mounted, Formula
1-derived 3.5-liter V-8 with a newly designed cylinder head
featuring five valves per cylinder and Bosch Motronic fuel
injection. The F355 also carries the distinction of having debuted
another F1-inspired feature for Ferrari: the paddle-shifted
automated transmission, which would quickly evolve and become a
mainstay. With just over 30,000 miles, this F355 F1 Spider features
a complete service history, including the major 30,000 mile
service, clutch replacement, and only three owners since new.
3.5L DOHC 40V V8 engine
F1 sequential transmission
Silver metallic exterior paint
Black leather interior upholstery
All service records included since new
Freshly serviced by Ferrari dealer
30,000 mile service performed
Clutch replaced at 30,000 miles
Convertible top replaced 1/2020
Battery replaced 10/2019
Paint protection film on front end
1999 Ferrari F355
Location:Costa Mesa, California
Exterior Color:Silver Metallic
Interior Color:Black Leather
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