How much is a Ferrari F355 Berlinetta?

How much is a Ferrari F355 Berlinetta?

How much is a Ferrari F355 Berlinetta?

**Figure based on a stock 1999 Ferrari F355 Berlinetta valued at $82,000 with OH rates with $100/300K liability/UM/UIM limits. Actual costs vary depending on the coverage selected, vehicle condition, state and other factors.

How many Ferrari F355 Berlinetta were made?

Production. Total production of 11,273 units made the F355 the most-produced Ferrari at the time.

Is the Ferrari F355 reliable?

The F355 suffers from notoriously weak valve guides, which are known to fail — sometimes more than once. Replacing them can be a $10,000 job. Then there’s the exhaust headers, which are also a common failure point — possibly triggering an entire engine rebuild if you don’t catch it in time.

Are Ferraris expensive to maintain?

Ferraris are notorious for being very expensive to maintain. As a general rule, older, more expensive models tend to incur the highest maintenance costs. Other cost averages: Belts – $4,000 every 15,000 miles.

What does Ferrari Berlinetta mean?

little saloon
Berlinetta is an Italian word meaning “little saloon,” and the term made attained prominence in automotive circles in the 1950s in large part because of Ferrari and its 225 S sports racing car, but the term has since been used by other supercar makers such as Alfa Romeo and Maserati.

How much does a Ferrari F355 Berlinetta cost?

The ’box is durable unless raced, but the clutch can be wiped out in 1500 miles by paddle-shift abuse. The F1 actuators can fail and have to be rebuilt by specialists for c£2.5k. Ferrari supplies only complete units at £10k! The 18in wheels have magnesium rims: check their condition. 1994 Mar: F355 berlinetta and GTS launched

What kind of engine does a Ferrari F355 have?

1997: Motronic 2.7 engine management system (with twin ECUs) replaced by M5.2 (with a single ECU); airbag steering wheel fitted; optional F1 semi-automatic transmission 1999 Mar: Serie Fiorano last 104 cars, featuring an enhanced specification

What makes the flywheel rattle on a Ferrari F355?

A rattle from the clutch housing area on switch-off means the flywheel needs a rebuild. Manual ’boxes are otherwise strong, but the F1 clutch especially is easily wrecked. Connolly hide and trim (or composite racing seats to order) can be spoilt by plastic panels such as this that go sticky.

Is the paddle shift on a Ferrari F355?

Having formidably re-established itself at the front, Ferrari added Formula One technology a few years into production, in the form of the F1 semi-automatic paddle shift. It operated on the same six-speed ’box that did such a great job of putting down the power on the manual F355.