Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Essex Connecticut
Ferrari Life Posts: 1,839
This is how it breaks down for me
I am in love with the 348. The subtle body that mimick the lines of the finest of supermodels along with the passive aggresion of the Ferrari drive train make it the supreme ride. The 355, while being of very similar lines, is far to common. Not only were many more built, but the marketing of the 355 through video games, the wider market audience afforded by the F1 tranny, and the wall street tech bubble putting a 355 in the garage of every tech weeney searching for his measure of cool, made the car widely recognizable to people that have no idea what a Ferrari is. The 328 is also a beautiful car but more dated in the appearance catagory as it draws more heavily from the 308 dating to the late 70's.
The decisions you must make start with what you expect to get from the car, how much to spend in aquisition, maintenance and operational costs, availalbility of a high quality specimen, and what your heart tells you.
Previous owner of 348ts SS #64, Now Ferrariless