Interview: Enzo Ferrari on Ferrari


This 25 minute interview is one of the best conversations with Enzo I’ve ever seen. The man behind Ferrari was notoriously difficult to get along with, and many journalists and interviewers over the years struggled to get him to open up and talk freely. Sadly there’s no information about who actually produced this film, but…

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Original Ferrari Servizio Esperienze Enamel Sign

Ferrari Servizio Esperienze Enamel Sign

This is an original 1950s “Ferrari Servizio Esperienze” enamel sign, it would have been located outside a garage with experience or special training to work on the iconic cars from Modena. Ferrari only produced their first road car in 1947 so when this sign was produced in the 1950s it would have been an unusual…

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Ferrari 250 GTO by Unique & Limited

Ferrari 250 GTO 1

Unique & Limited is a company that chooses exceptional moments from racing history, and painstakingly recreates them. These images are all from their series on the iconic Ferrari 250 GTO – a successful racer from the early 1960s that’s now the most expensive car in history, selling for $38,115,000 USD in a private transaction. The…

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1962 Ferrari 268 SP

Ferrari 268 SP

In the early 1960s Ferrari was in the midst of a giant leap forward in automotive development. The SP series of cars numbered just 6 in total but they were the first of the mid-engined Ferraris, and both their styling and engineering would set trends that would help define the Italian marque for decades to come….

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The First Ferrari 308 GTB Quattrovalvole


In 1975 Ferrari introduced the 308 GTB, it was a direct drop in replacement for the 2-seater Dino 246 GT and it was also the first mid-engine V8 Ferrari – a trend continued right through to the modern day with the current 458 Italia. The Ferrari 308 GTB Quattrovalvole was introduced at the 1982 Paris…

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Dino 246GT

Ferrari Dino 246GT

The Dino series produced by Ferrari between 1968 and 1976 was developed as a direct competitor to the Porsche 911 – the German sports car had been a hugely successful model for Porsche and Enzo Ferrari realised that he could enter the same market segment if he had a smaller-engined car built to a similar…

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Ferrari 275 GTS/4 NART Spider


Ferrari built just 10 examples of the NART Spider, 25 had initially been ordered but sales were slow due to the eye-watering price tag – even through the car had been featured in The Thomas Crown Affair as Faye Dunaway’s daily driver. After its appearance in the film, Steve McQueen went right out and bought…

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Ferrari F1/87 Cutaway Wallpaper

Ferrari F1-87 Cutaway Wallpaper

The Ferrari F1/87 gave the storied Italian marque its first back-to-back victories since 1981 – 6 years earlier. The car was so good towards the end of the 1987 season that Ferrari became favourites to win the championship the following year. This cutaway shows the all-new for 1987 90° 1.5 litre turbocharged V6 engine called the…

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Riva Ferrari 32

Riva Ferrari 32

The Riva Ferrari 32 was developed as a joint project between two of Italy’s finest vehicle manufacturers – Riva and Ferrari. Just 30 examples were ever built, and due to their rarity and dual-name heritage they only very rarely come up for sale. The development of the Riva Ferrari 32 was headed by Gino Gervasoni…

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1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona

Ferrari 365 GTB:4 Daytona

In 1968 Ferrari unveiled their new car, the 365 GTB/4. It was a stark shift from the more rounded and flowing designs of its predecessors and thanks to a 1-2-3 finish at the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona by Ferrari – it was quickly nicknamed the “Daytona” by the world’s motoring media. The nickname stuck…

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1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4


The Ferrari 275 GTB/4 was the first Ferrari to be offered for sale with a transaxle, and it would also be the first offered without wires wheels due to concerns about it shredding the spokes – although they were available as an optional extra. Externally, the design clearly took no small amount of inspiration from…

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1984 Ferrari 288 GTO

Ferrari 288 GTO 6

The Ferrari 288 GTO was destined to compete in the borderline-insane world of Group B rallying. The FIA introduced the regulations that would define Group B in 1982, and it triggered an arms race amongst automakers that is often referred to today as the golden age of rally. The only downside was the number of…

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