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Hi everyone.

I've been reading through some past discussions on this forum about the relative merits of the F355 and F360 both in terms of ownership experience (driving, quality of materials, looks, etc.) and financial outlay (i.e. the cars' ability to hold their value).

One thing I've not been able to find is total production numbers for both series.

The F360's total production number seems to be 17000. Is that correct? What's the number for the F355?

Thanks for your info/insight.
 

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I don't know the exact numbers for the 360 but 15,000 - 17,000 is the range. I will see if I can't get a more accurate number to update the site's models section.
 

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Here's something I created a while ago. Can't be 100% sure on it's accuracy though.

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Total World production of 360's

Coupes Total - 10,000
Standard Coupes - 8,500
Challenge Stradales- 1,200
Race Cars – 300
Spiders - 7,500

Total: 17,500 (over 5 years)

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Total World production of 355's

F355 B = 4,915
F355 GTS = 2,577
F355 Spider = 3,714

Total 11,206

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UK F355's

UK GTB = 496
UK GTS = 434
UK Spider = 454

Uk Total: 1,384

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TOTAL WORLD 348 PRODUCTION

348 - TB 2,895
348 - TS 4,230
Spiders – 1090

Total: 8,215

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UK 348’s

348 tb - 130 cars
348 ts - 261 cars
348 GTB - 14 cars (only 2 in black)
348 GTS - 15 cars
348 GTC - 8 cars

TB/GTB/GTC 152
TS/GTS 276

Total UK: 428
 

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Boxer said:
Ferrari has stated that 17,000 360's were produced. As of yet, I have not seen an official breakdown by version.
17,000 !!! That is phenomenal and amazing. Now we can proudly call it Fiat Ferrari and join the big boys club. Jimmy
 

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Thanks to you all for that info. Whatever the exact numbers, it's obvious that there were a lot more F360s produced than F355s. Yet it doesn't look like the F355 is holding its value any better than its younger sister. I don't understand why.

The F355 is the culmination of a whole generation of V8 Berlinettas and recognized as the epitome of an era. The F360 is undoubtedly a better car dynamically, but my feeling was that it hadn't quite reached the same "classic" status as the F355... Unless of course I'm mistaken and F355s are holding their value better.
 
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