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Ferrari F355 Spider

Ferrari F355 Spider in The Fast and the Furious, Movie, 2001 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: IT — Made for: USA

Ferrari F355 Spider

Position 01:06:54 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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dragon26 UK

2007-01-29 20:37

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it lost against the supra

Skid US

2007-01-29 21:01

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I've heard that this car switches back and forth between an F355 and an older Ferrari 348 several times. Has anyone else noticed this?

XJ40 UK

2007-02-16 18:51

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Skid wrote I've heard that this car switches back and forth between an F355 and an older Ferrari 348 several times. Has anyone else noticed this?

i have and you are right and it does switch.

FamousCars.de DE

2007-03-31 19:59

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the car was also used in the second part

julian US

2007-12-02 14:32

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I thought this scene was a little stupid. The race was presented as a big struggle where scrappy Brian's skills behind the wheel and slick mods to the Supra allowed them to prevail. The F355 and especially the 348 were pretty unremarkable cars as Ferrari's go. A stock Supra could have have given one a run for it's money. If the movie Supra was all they implied, this shouldn't have been much of a challenge.

-- Last edit: 2007-12-02 14:33:03

G-MANN UK

2007-12-02 17:10

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You can't say that the 355 isn't a fast car, anything that can beat it is pretty impressive. The Ferrari 550 wasn't miles quicker, and it would have been a bit far-fetched to put an F50 in this scene. What I think I this scene tried to illustrate was the difference between someone who was really into cars and had worked hard to modify a car into something really amazing, and some arrogant rich man who had just gone into a showroom and bought a fast exotic car without any real effort.

julian US

2007-12-03 02:53

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You might be right. I've always found it amusing though that the 348 came to market about the same time as a crop of truely remarkable performance cars like the 320 horse Supra Turbo, the gen 3 Mazda RX7, and the Mitsu 3000GT VR4 - cars with genuinely competitive performance for a quarter of the Ferrari's price. Car & Driver even ran a 348 against a GMC Syclone and found the Italian pretty easy to keep up with.

Wampa-One US

2008-03-16 19:55

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holden nut AU

2009-04-15 02:23

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brian said: NICE CAR! WHAT'S THE RETAIL ON ONE OF THOSE? and the other guy says: MORE THAN YOU CAN AFFORD PAL. FERRARI!

-- Last edit: 2009-04-15 02:23:31

Neptune US

2009-07-30 00:10

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It looks better than that hideous throw-up orange Supra. It looks like someone stuck magnets all over it and drove it through Tackyville.

xzibet US

2009-09-17 01:09

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either the ferraris hp was reduced or they staged the race but i wouldnt know ive never driven either car

thestig8 US

2010-06-22 02:12

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julian wrote The F355 and especially the 348 were pretty unremarkable cars as Ferrari's go.

youre kidding me! the 355 was a very spectacular car. it is on my list of the best ferraris of all time!

jettalover US

2010-06-22 03:43

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I agree stig. I like the F355 better than the 360 and the F430.

tfatfeclipsefan US

2010-07-07 11:00

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you know whats funny everyone, you know when the guy says "more than you can afford pal," well in the deleted scene he says "more than you can afford A**hole!" they probaly took that out because it just doesn't make sence that he called him an a**hole out of knowhere for know reason

DigitalLuke64DD EN

2012-12-09 18:54

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xzibet wrote either the ferraris hp was reduced or they staged the race but i wouldnt know ive never driven either car


There's so much fail in that statement, it's unreal.

truckface NO

2015-05-31 05:15

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Pulling up in a Toyota I6 next to a Ferrari in California, you`re not entitled to make fun of ANYONE. A Toyota in California?! Jeez, "No, i owe this car to Riddick(ulous) here, next to me, `cause i lost my car, racing against his Mazda" ...In California!

Razor440 US

2015-07-15 08:06

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truckface wrote Pulling up in a Toyota I6 next to a Ferrari in California, you`re not entitled to make fun of ANYONE. A Toyota in California?! Jeez, "No, i owe this car to Riddick(ulous) here, next to me, `cause i lost my car, racing against his Mazda" ...In California!

Oh shut up. I'm pretty sure if I saw a Supra with a TRD3000 hood I'd be intimidated.

Razor440 US

2015-07-15 08:07

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julian wrote You might be right. I've always found it amusing though that the 348 came to market about the same time as a crop of truely remarkable performance cars like the 320 horse Supra Turbo, the gen 3 Mazda RX7, and the Mitsu 3000GT VR4 - cars with genuinely competitive performance for a quarter of the Ferrari's price. Car & Driver even ran a 348 against a GMC Syclone and found the Italian pretty easy to keep up with.

Those were the days...I weren't alive ;(

fontheking5 SE

2015-07-15 12:33

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Yes, the 348 only had around 320 hp, about the same as a Supra, but the 355 got 380 hp, so it was a much better performer :)

truckface NO

2015-07-16 23:07

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Razor440 wrote I'm pretty sure if I saw a Supra with a TRD3000 hood I'd be intimidated.

So, what if you saw a 40+ year old, domestic car w/ditto muscles in the U.S.? If only a "swiss cheese" -hood scares you? Point is: A Japanese car in America impresses no one. Not when the Challenger and Charger came out of the latter nation....

-- Last edit: 2015-07-16 23:14:46

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