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I am looking into a 328, and keep running across the 348's.
One feature that I like on the 328 is the ability for a skilled owner to swap out the clutch without removing the entire engine.
If I have read correctly, the 348 is not just a larger version of the same motor, but an entirely new design.
Is clutch / belt maininence the same on both series?

Should we be worried about the difference in maintance between the two?

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The 328 engine lies transversely across the car while the 348 is spun 90 degrees to longitudinal. While the "end-bits" of a 3.2 such as belts & clutch can be accessed from the sides & wheel-arches, a lot of the 348 bits are up against the firewall.

Talk to a Ferrari service mech about relative costs to service.
 
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