1982 Ferrari BB 512i

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The Ferrari BB 512i was to be the last of the popular BB 512 (Berlinetta Boxer) models, the little “i” added to the name was to indicate that it was now fuel injected – with a Bosch K-Jetronic CIS fuel injection unit that both improved throttle response and helped tidy up emissions. As with its…

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1953 Ferrari 250 Europa

Ferrari 250 Europa 7

The Ferrari 250 Europa is widely considered to be one of the most important early Ferraris, it’s also viewed by many as one of the most important designs from Pinin Farina – a design that helped establish Carrozzeria Pinin Farina as the borderline-defacto Ferrari designer. The 250 Europa was only available by special order, and…

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Ferrari 458 GT3

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The Ferrari 458 GT3 is the modern descendant of the Ferrari 250 LM, a car that was campaigned by the North American Racing Team who went on to win the 1965 24 Hours of Le Mans with drivers Jochen Rindt and Masten Gregory. 49 years later in 2014, Ferrari is still campaigning at every major…

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An Interview With Enzo Ferrari

Enzo-Ferrari

Few men can claim as much of an an influence on 20th century automotive design than Enzo Ferrari, at almost 6’2″ tall he was a towering figure during his early days as a driver for Alfa Romeo. The management at Alfa quickly recognised Enzo’s leadership potential and before long he was in a commanding position,…

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Ferrari 250 GT/E 2+2 by Pininfarina

Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2

The Ferrari 250 GT/E 2+2 was the first 2+2 produced by Ferrari in large numbers (almost 1000 were built), with its MSRP of $11,500 USD the strong selling model contributed significantly to the financial strength of Enzo’s company in its formative years. With many Ferraris of the era now fetching well over $1,000,000 at auction,…

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Ferrari Dino 156 F1 Sharknose

Ferrari Dino 156 F1 Sharknose Model Scale

The Sharknose Ferrari is without a doubt one of the most famous vintage Formula 1 cars to ever turn a wheel in anger. Officially called the Ferrari 156 F1, it was powered by a 65 degree 1.5 litre V6 that was switched out mid-season for a new and more powerful unit designed by Carlo Chiti…

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1989 Ferrari F1-89 Formula 1 Car

Ferrari Formula 1 Cars

Car guys all have their own vehicle preferences and aspirations. One of the few aspirations shared by almost all car guys is to own a balls-to-the-wall racing car that would (wife-permitting) be parked in the livingroom during the week, then trailered to the local race track for a little white-knuckle entertainment on weekends. When it…

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