Ferrari 348 Generations:

1989 Ferrari 348 TB

1989 Ferrari 348 TB
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After a very successful history of more than fourteen years, the 308/328 series was finally replaced in 1989. And even if on the exterior there weren’t many significant changes the big changes on the new 348 models was made under the hood. The 348 series remained into production between 1989 and ’95, and it was built in berlinetta, targa and spider body styles, with a few special editions being offered: the US-market only Serie Speciale and the GT Competizione.

1989 Ferrari 348 TB
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The 348 series was produced in order to allow Michelotto-prepared cars into the GT3 class of international endurance racing. IN its five years time existence it turned out to be a very successful model: firstly it experienced some notable success against Porsche’s mighty 911 RSR’s, but it also became the most commercially successful models in Ferrari’s history with over 9000 units sold.

On the title, the ’348’ is referring to the 3.4 V8 and the ’T’ to the transverse gearbox mounted at the rear of the engine and B to Berlinetta (S was for the spider version). The 348 was the first completely new model announced by the company subsequent to the death of Enzo Ferrari in August 1988.

 

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1994 Ferrari 348 Challenge Twin Turbo

1994 Ferrari 348 Challenge Twin Turbo

1989 Ferrari 348 TB

1989 Ferrari 348 TB

1993 - 1994 Ferrari 348 GTB

1993 - 1994 Ferrari 348 GTB

1993 - 1994 Ferrari 348 GTS

1993 - 1994 Ferrari 348 GTS

1993 - 1995 Ferrari 348 Spider

1993 - 1995 Ferrari 348 Spider

1994 Ferrari 348 GT Competizione

1994 Ferrari 348 GT Competizione

Ferrari 348 out for a swim

Ferrari 348 out for a swim

1989 - 1995 Ferrari 348 TS

1989 - 1995 Ferrari 348 TS