1999 Ferrari F355 Spider

1999 Ferrari F355 Spider


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Continental AutoSports

Sales Department
420 East Ogden Avenue
Hinsdale, IL 60521

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    Rosso Corsa
  • Interior Color
    Beige Leather
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Seller's Notes

Continental Autosports, an Official Ferrari Dealer since 1975, presents this rare 6-Speed Manual transmission 1999 Ferrari F355 Spider Serie Fiorano. #28 of 100. One of only 26 made with the Gated 6-Speed manual transmission.

This F355 Spider Serie Fiorano is offered with its original Window Sticker, Tire Inflator Kit, Car Cover, Tool Kit, CTEK Battery Tender, Top Cover, Owners Manual, 2 Ignition Keys, 2 Black Fobs, 1 Red Master Fob and 2 Center Console Keys. Complete major service completed at Continental Autosports Ferrari February 2022. This Ferrari is well-sorted and up to date on maintenance.

Shortly after the F355 Berlinetta was introduced, Ferrari released a Spider variant that with over 500 additional hours of wind tunnel testing and additional bracing produced astonishingly similar performance figures to the closed car.

For 1999, Ferrari introduced a limited production of F355 Spider models designated, Serie Fiorano. Both the Serie Fiorano and the F355's successor, the 360 Modena, were launched at the 1999 Geneva Auto Show. This limited production run of 100 planned units (it is reported that104 actually were produced) included a number of enhancements increasing the race track performance closer to the Ferrari Challenge versions.

Among the features seen on the exclusive Serie Fiorano cars are Competizione-derived Fiorano suspension pack, with wide track, stiffer springs, lowered ride height and a stouter anti-roll bar; cross-drilled and ventilated brake discs and competition brake pads in red calipers; Competizione-sourced steering rack; Challenge rear grilles; enameled Scuderia Ferrari shields; suede-covered steering wheel; numerous carbon fiber elements such as inserts on the center console and door sills.

It is reported that there were 100 Serie Fiorano units delivered to the U.S. market. Of those, 74 were delivered with the F1 transmission and 26 with the six-speed manual. This well-kept and sparingly driven example is one of the scant 26 with the traditional manual gearbox. Among the equipment is a power top, power windows, air conditioning, radio with CD and power assistance on the aforementioned competition-oriented steering setup and four-wheel disc braking system.

This vehicle has gone through a rigorous inspection by Ferrari Trained Technicians and is ready to be enjoyed by a new owner. We have verified this vehicle is in proper working order and remedied any issues using only Ferrari parts. Whether this is your first or 21st Ferrari, buy from an Official Ferrari Dealer. Buy from Continental Autosports and have peace of mind. Call 630-655-3535 to speak to a Ferrari specialist today.

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