The late '80s and early '90s was a glorious period for Ferrari. It seemed that Enzo knew he was close to the end of his life and pushed forward with tenacity in order to make his impact on the automotive world even greater. Truly breathtaking work was leaving the Maranello factory. Unforgettable machines like the F40, Testarossa and 288 GTO were all produced at roughly the same time! Much like any Hollywood blockbuster, it's easy to remember the stars of the show, but what about the supporting cast? These flagship models cast a shadow over the entire automotive industry, including some of their lesser appreciated brethren wearing the same badge. This being said, it's a little easier to forgive the general public when they tend to completely overlook important cars in the Ferrari history, like the 348. Replacing the 328 in 1989 and running until 1995, the 348 was the last V8 Ferrari developed under the supervision of Enzo, entering production after his death. The 348 played an important but overlooked role as the middle sibling between the old generation Ferrari V8's and the evolution towards newer high-performance cars like the F430.
If you were to put a price tag on the ability to have access to a 6 speed, gated, open-top, classic Ferrari, most educated car enthusiasts will know that this is a six-figure pipe dream. We here at John Scotti Classics are here to put an end to the dreams and offer up a truly unique experience. As the market for ALL used Ferraris continues to rise, this car has seen only a small percentage of the fluctuation its stable-mates have enjoyed. Who's to say what the market will dictate next year? What can be said for sure is that this 1994 Ferrari 348 Spider might be one of the best values on the exotic sports car market today.