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I bought a 348ts about 18 mont

I bought a 348ts about 18 months ago, best day of my life. Found this site about two weeks ago,second best day!
Wish you the best JRV
Bob
 
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It's great to have you Bob

It's great to have you Bob. I love the 348. In fact, it will probably by my next Fcar.


Please post a picture of her.


Jeremy
 
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What year is your 348?

I th


What year is your 348?

I think they're really cool. I have a friend in the San Francisco Bay Area who has one with over 80k miles on the clock and the thing runs like its new!

Cheers
 
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I'll post pics as so as I

I'll post pics as so as I can learn how. I'am new at the computer. My 348 is a 90, I know some people don't think to much of them. But I think there a great car especialy for the money.

Thanks Bob
 
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Hi Bob,

Hey, the Factory th


Hi Bob,

Hey, the Factory thought enough of the 348's to develop an entire racing program for them, The Challenge Series, and that program is still going strong today.

I love 348's, and think they've proven themselves to be one of the best 8's the factory ever built. Sure they have a few issues, what Ferrari doesn't, but all in all they have been excellent, reliable cars.

Regards, JRV
 
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"I know some people don&#3

"I know some people don't think to much of them."

Heck, you could say that about almost any Ferrari, including all the current models. You can't win that one.

Personally, I love the 348 sound - but I guess you can't really drive around with the windows open in MN this time of year, can you?
Look forward to seeing your pics.
 
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Exactly. Their loss is your g

Exactly. Their loss is your gain.

As you mentioned. 348s poor reputation just makes them better buys.

Cheers
 
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Taek-Ho

This web site is a


Taek-Ho

This web site is a good group; I believe they will be here to help if you need it -

My history

My farther towed a 62 Buick convertible home and told me (15 years old at the time) that it was mine to drive but I had to get it working first. The heads were in the trunk. I was very motivate.

I had a job first pushing a broom that transitions to mechanics work at Auto Sport LTD in Palo Alto in the early 70’s. I loved cars and mechanics was going to be my career until I developed an allergy to the solvents. So I went to College, go an engineering degree…. But mechanics was always my first love.

I live in Sierra Foot Hills north of Sacramento – I have grown to trust one shop with automatic transmissions. I do everything else my self. Transitioned from US cars to BMW’s, now my wife drives a Jag and I have the C4. (BMW’s were boring – too simple and too reliable to accommodate my addiction, although I have never cracked open an M engine.) Regarding BMW, the old big 6 is basically half a Ferrari engine, a lot of similarities.

Body work – I view it as an art form – Never attempted anything more difficult than a door ding.

Paint – I’m reading about how to do this with the new material. I have painted Laquar with good results, but that was years ago.

Welcome,
Aaron
 
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