Ferrari 348TBF

Make: Ferrari Model: 348TBF
Mileage: 130.000km Color: Rosso Corsa
First registration : 1990 Transmission: 5 Speed
Power (HP): 300 Price: 79990

Ferrari 348TB, delivered new at Garage Francorchamps (B)

Converted to the one off Ferrari 348TBF, done by Garage Francorchamps in the early 90’s for their customer Jean Blaton (Beurlys). Raced by Jean Blaton and Roberto Vaglietti

This particular car features a uprated adjustable suspension (also hardness)QRS  from Quantom

Big brake kit , 355 x32mm al round (same as the 355 Challenge and F40LM)

OMP Challenge rollcage

Weight reduction (interior, trunk, etc)

Plexi sliding windows in combination with custom lightweight doorpanels

Kevlar race seats + 4 point Sabelt seatbelts

Lambda gauges (adjustable)

Fuel pressure gauges

Cat delete/Test pipes + Tubi Racing Exhaust

17″ O.Z. racing wheels with brand new semi slicks mounted

Supplied with it’s correct racing livery, possible to add the correct 177 racing number (supplied)

Supplied but not installed is a racing fuel cell (fuel tank) with all the adapters to fit the front trunk, same as original

Also included is the same style rear wing like the original car raced with later on in the mid 90’s

The car comes with it’s service book + a lot of paperwork wih info, adjustments, etc

Just had a full engine service including a new timing belt, uprated tensioner, etc (04/2024)

The car is accomponied with a tremendous histroy file including a massive amount of invoices, data, info etc

This is (to our knowledge) the only recreation of the only existing car, attached is some additonal info of the original car (photocredits to the rightfull photographer)

Serial Number 82881 fits into the range of 348 tb’s that have been produced in 1989, but it is known that #82881 was built for Ecurie Francorchamps and Jean Blaton as 348 tbF in the very early 1990s. The “F” stands for Francorchamps and the car was something like a “Vettura Laboratorio” and it was continuously developed as the prototype of the 348 GT Competition. The car was fitted with Nembo disc brakes type F-40 and the suspension was altered.

The impressive car showed up during several events during the first decade of its existence. Roberto Vaglietti, who was responsible for setting up Ferrari Classiche until his retirement in 2008, often raced the car:
24th to 26th of May, 1991 participating in Spa Ferrari Days on race #177
26th to 27th of September, 1992 attending Garage Francorchamps’ FF 40 Meeting Brussels & Spa-Francorchamps,
5th to 7th of May, 1995 participating in Spa Ferrari Days
3rd to 5th of May, 1996 – participating in Spa Ferrari-Days driven by Jean Blaton and Roberto Vaglietti
2nd to 4th of May, 1997 participating in Spa Ferrari Days on race #177
21st of June, 1997 participating in Grand Prix de l´Age d´Or, Montlhery, France
Spring of 1998 participating in Spa Ferrari Days with Roberto Vaglietti on race #177
28th of April to 1st of May, 2000 participating in Spa Ferrari Days on race #267

In 2006 or 2007 the current owner, a collector from Luxembourg purchased the car and it was shown for the first time in 12 years at the FF60 celebration during the Spa Classics end of May.