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Ferrari 348 Air Conditioning & Heat
Ferrari 348 Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
Ferrari 348 Brakes
Ferrari 348 Charging and Staring Systems
Ferrari 348 Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
Ferrari 348 Cooling System
Ferrari 348 Decals, Emblems & Detailing
Ferrari 348 Emission System
Ferrari 348 Engines & Components
Ferrari 348 Exhaust
Ferrari 348 Exterior
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Ferrari 348 Glass
Ferrari 348 Ignition System
Ferrari 348 Interior
Ferrari 348 Lighting & Lamps
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Ferrari 348 Safety & Security
Ferrari 348 Suspension & Steering
Ferrari 348 Transmission & Drivetrain
Ferrari 348 Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Ferrari 348 Wheels and Tires
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The 348 is part of a long line of Ferrari sports cars that were essentially mass produced but still have the performance and mystique of the popular brand name.
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The engine on this car is a 3.4L V8. It could do 0-60 mph in 5.6 seconds, which is comparable to a modern Volvo S60. That said, it does well in other performance categories. It has a top speed of 171 mph. These numbers are also just for the TB and TS models, the GTB/S and Spider were considerably better performers, with a 0-60 of 5.3 seconds and 20 more horsepower. These cars came in the 3 body styles: the Berlinetta, Spider, and Targa. They were a coupe, convertible, and targa top, respectively. Do not confuse these cars with the Testarossa, which looked similar but was part of an entirely different model line. With over 8,000 built, these are more common than many Ferraris, but that was the idea behind this series of cars. You can find several of them listed on eBay at any given time, usually for less than you'd pay for a new Corvette.
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