Ferrari introduced the F355 at the end of 1994 as successor of the 348, which had left mixed feelings with the press and its owners. Albeit that the F355 was largely based on the 348, a lot of major visual and technical changes were applied to the new model. The F355 gained a substantial increase in horsepower, but more importantly a lot of effort was made to increase the handling of the car compared to its predecessor. Visually the car was modernised greatly as well, all of this making the F355 a major success for the Italian car manufacturer. Many people still regard the F355 as being the last "pure" Ferrari built.
The F355 presented was originally delivered to a German gentleman residing in Italy. The second owner was a true car enthusiast and collector. Full service history is present. This classical rosso corsa with black interior remains a feast for the eyes.