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Classic Car of the Day (2/21/2011) @ $47,900 for Ferrari : Testarossa  1986 Ferrari 1986 Ferrari Tes

By Classic King | Tuesday, February 22, 2011 | Comments(0)

Classic of the day, Ferrari
EBizAutos 1986 Ferrari Testarossa Coupe 1986 Ferrari Testarossa w/ 18K SPECTACULAR! Request More Info VIN: ZFFSA17A5G0063567 Condition: Pre-Owned Clear Title Mileage: 18,815 Stock No: Transmission: 5 Spd Manual Engine: 4.9L V12 FI Gasoline Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive Exterior Color: Nero Interior Color: Black Photo Viewer View Other Auctions Email a Friend More Photos & Detail Vehicle Overview For more than a quarter of a century, Hunting Ridge ... read blog

Classic Car of the Day (2/20/2011) @ $70,000 for Ferrari : 360 2001 360 spider F1 transmission

By Classic King | Monday, February 21, 2011 | Comments(0)

Classic of the day, Ferrari
Picture yourself cruising in this Gorgeous FERRARI, This vehicle gets a lot of looks no matter where you drive it. The sound of this engine is a staple of the Ferrari history. This vehicle comes from the factory with 400HP !! With Formula 1 transmission you can shift like a professional driver ! This vehicle doesn't red line until over 8500 RPM. You are bidding on a 2001 Ferrari 360 Spider with F1 transmission. This vehicle is a 2 owner vehicle and ... read blog

Classic Car of the Day (2/17/2011) @ $69,950 for Ferrari : Testarossa  Testarossa 1990 Ferrari Testa

By Classic King | Friday, February 18, 2011 | Comments(0)

Classic of the day, Ferrari
All but brand new 512TR, just broken in at 5,125 miles. Mechanical condition is outstanding, with documented $1,700 bumper-to-bumper check of all systems by Speed Works/Ferrari Racing Services on 12/09 at 4,644 miles. Major, engine-out service on 1/08 at 4,077 miles. Concours beautiful paint, alloy wheels, Dunlop P 225/50ZR16s on front and P255/50ZR16s on rear. Flawless interior with like-new leather and original Ferrari floor mats. All original ... read blog

Classic Car of the Day (2/7/2011) @ $55,700 for Ferrari 250 gt pininfarinA 250 gt FERRARI

By Classic King | Tuesday, February 08, 2011 | Comments(0)

Classic of the day, Ferrari
Beauty, not many in the world like this one.ferrari Pininfarina perfect condition. ONLY 12,000 MADE OF THIS KIND IN MARINELLO. Made in the fall of 1959 this is a rear beauty. the original chassis, and car is FULLY RESTORED IN ITS ORIGINAL BODY. Original owner replaced the motor for a Windsor 351cu. V8 formore power and better stability. Original radio, buttons and panels.Perfect leather seats.No Rust...spoke wheels and in perfect driving condition..Nice ... read blog

Classic Car of the Day (1/7/2011) @ $50,300 for Ferrari 1966 Ferrari 330GT2+2 interim car Excellent

By Classic King | Saturday, January 08, 2011 | Comments(0)

Classic of the day, Ferrari
330 GT 2+2 Serial Number s/n 7025 Metallic Red with tan interior. 5 speed transmission With proper type 330 type 209 engine in the car , number 5579 not original to car 7025 Car was purchased several years back out of a California car collection, Rose Toyota. Over $30,000 for misc. service work and a new interior completed by Bobilieff Motorcars in San Diego. Done receipts available for all work. Runs and drives nicely. 5 proper Borrani wire wheels ... read blog

1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Scaglietti Berlinetta

By Jeff | Sunday, November 14, 2010 | Comments(1)

Class M-3 50th Anniversary Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berl, Ferrari
The 250 SWB is often described as one of the best dual-purpose Ferraris. Around 160 examples were made, and they had success both on and off the track. Standard road versions of the SWB, like this one, had a steel body with 1 90 x 54 mm frame and a detuned Colombo V12, while the competition versions featured an alloy body and a smaller 80 x 45 mm frame. ... read blog

1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Scaglietti Berlinetta

By Jeff | Sunday, November 14, 2010 | Comments(0)

Class M-3 50th Anniversary Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berl, Ferrari
This steel-bodied Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta (s/n 3963) was sold to its first owner in 1963 and was the fifth from the last of the 150 produced. It was imported into the United States for its first owner, Earl Middleton. In the 1970s, this Ferrari was owned by Joe Bortz, who enjoyed the car's performance a little too much and got the car impounded for 24 hours after a speeding violation! After a few more owners it was sold to Richard Merritt, ... read blog

1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Scaglietti Berlinetta

By Jeff | Sunday, November 14, 2010 | Comments(0)

Class M-3 50th Anniversary Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berl, Ferrari
In 1961 Ferrari launched the ultimate 250 GT SWB, often referred to as a SEFAC Hot Rod but also known more formally as the Comp/61. There were also a few of the 250 SWB Competiziones that received a mechanical makeover for the 1961 season. At the time there was little competition that could rival the SWB in the GT class, and it often beat the Jaguar E-Type and Aston Martin DB4 in sports car race series. This car (s/n 2689GT) is one of the most famous ... read blog

1959 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Scaglietti Berlinetta

By Jeff | Sunday, November 14, 2010 | Comments(0)

Class M-3 50th Anniversary Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berl, Ferrari
This car (s/n 1953 GT) is the first 250 GT SWB Berlinetta built. It was the car that debuted at the Paris Auto Show in 1959. It is one of only two 250 GT SWB Berlinettas built without the later traditional air vents in the front fenders, the second car (s/n 1613 GT) was the other. After being sold to its first owner by Luigi Chinetti, the New York Ferrari importer, it placed sixth overall in 1960 in the 12 Hour race at Sebring, Florida. After several ... read blog

1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Scaglietti Berlinetta

By Jeff | Sunday, November 14, 2010 | Comments(0)

Class M-3 50th Anniversary Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berl, Ferrari
This car (s/n 2807) is one of the 20 factory-built Comp/61 competition cars, and it is the car featured on the poster for the 2010 Pebble Beach Tour d'Elegance presented by Rolex. The car has recently been restored to a precise point in time for its current owner - the point in time when it raced in the 1962 Tour de France. The Comp/61s, often referred to as SEFAC Hot Rods, were built using a competition-prepared Tipo 168 B/61 engine that had 250 ... read blog

1960 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Scaglietti Berlinetta

By Jeff | Sunday, November 14, 2010 | Comments(0)

Class M-3 50th Anniversary Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berl, Ferrari
This is a good example of an early competition Ferrari 250 GT SWB car. While standard road versions of the SWB had a steel body with a 90 X 54 mm frame and a detuned Colombo V12, the competizione versions featured an alloy body and a smaller 80 X 45 mm frame. Offering a substantial weight savings, the competition cars attained class victories at the biggest events, including Le Mans and the Tour de France. This car (S/N 1905GT) was raced during the ... read blog

1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Scaglietti Berlinetta

By Jeff | Sunday, November 14, 2010 | Comments(0)

Class M-3 50th Anniversary Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berl, Ferrari
The ultimate 250 GT SWB, often referred to as a SEFAC Hot Rod but also known more formally as the Comp/61, was built on a lighter frame using smaller tubing and a lightweight alloy body and it had plexiglass windows. The engine has the TR 250 cylinder heads with revised cams and larger intake ports. It produces around 290 bhp and can achieve over 160 mph. This Comp/61(s/n 2767) was raced by several drivers, including Ferrari drievr Carlo Abate, and ... read blog

1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Scaglietti Berlinetta

By Jeff | Sunday, November 14, 2010 | Comments(0)

Class M-3 50th Anniversary Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berl, Ferrari
This Ferrari 250 GT SWB is one of the last steel-bodied street cars produced, and the 133rd of the total run of 250 GT SWBs. Built in 1962 it has the 3-liter overhead-cam V12 engine with three Weber carburetors producing 240 bhp. It was first owned by Steve Earle, founder of the Monterey Historic Automobile Races. After 12 years the car was sold to sports car racer Harley Cluxton and later to another race drive, James Daugharty. In the late 1980s ... read blog

1963 Ferrari 250 GTL Scaglietti Berlinetta Lusso

By Jeff | Sunday, November 14, 2010 | Comments(0)

Class M-1 Ferrari Grand Touring, Ferrari
Ferrari introduced the Lusso Berlinetta, the last of the great 250 series of sports cars, at the Paris Auto Show in 1962. The Lusso combined features of the 250 SWB and the 250 GTO in a beautiful, luxurious steel body by Scaglietti and was one of Pininfarina's most successful designs. Around 350 of these Lusso Berlinettas were built. Rock star Eric Clapton owned one as well as actor Steve McQueen. ALmost all the Lussos were used on the roadbut, as ... read blog

1957 Ferrari 250 GT Special Pinin Farina Coupe

By Jeff | Sunday, November 14, 2010 | Comments(0)

Class M-1 Ferrari Grand Touring, Ferrari
These are three Ferrari 250GT Speciale with Pinin Farina-designed coachwork built for European Royalty. The first two were built for Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands and Princess Liliane de Rethy of Belgium and were shown together at Pebble Beach in 2001. The third, this car with chassis 0853, was built for Prince Bertil of Sweden in 1958 who kept the car in the south of France. After 3 years the Prince moved the car to Paris and put it away and ... read blog

1957 Ferrari 250 GT Boano Coupe

By Jeff | Sunday, November 14, 2010 | Comments(0)

Class M-1 Ferrari Grand Touring, Ferrari
Pinin Farina was responsible for he design of this Ferrari 250 GT Coupe and it was presented to the public at the Geneva Auto Show in 1956. Carrozzeria Boano built the bodies for Ferrari at their factory in Brescia. The new GT shared the same 2600 mm wheelbase and aluminum alloy, Colombo-designed V12 as the 250 Europa GT, the model it replaced. Carrozzeria Boano built 74 250 GTs on the long wheelbase chassis. All but one were coupels. The single ... read blog

1953 Ferrari 375 America Pinin Farina Coupe

By Jeff | Sunday, November 14, 2010 | Comments(0)

Class M-1 Ferrari Grand Touring, Ferrari
At the 1953 Paris Auto Salon Ferrari unveiled the 375 America. This is that very car. It also appeared at the Geneva Auto Show in 1954. Designed by Pinin Farina, it is a refinement of the coachwork seen on the 212 Inter models. The car was exclusive and expensive and was powered by the 4.5 liter long block V12 engine. Most Ferraris of this period were customer built. Ferrari provided the engine and chassis while Italian coachbuilders provided the ... read blog

1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Spyder California Scaglietti Convertible

By Jeff | Sunday, November 14, 2010 | Comments(0)

Class M-1 Ferrari Grand Touring, Ferrari
The production period of the Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Sptder started in 1960 and ended in early 1963, and a total of 54 SWB Spyders were built. The design was by Scaglietti and was close to the long wheelbase "TdF" Berlinetta but on a shorter wheelbase, it was available in a street version in steel or as a competition version in alloy. Many movie stars enjoyed the 250 SWB California Spyder, including James Coburn, Brigitte Bardot, Roger Vadim ... read blog

1953 ferrari 342 America Pinin Farina Cabriolet

By Jeff | Sunday, November 14, 2010 | Comments(0)

Class M-1 Ferrari Grand Touring, Ferrari
The Ferrari 342 America was the most exclusive model of its period, King Leopold of Belgium as well as Enzo Ferrari himself were among the few lucky owners. This car (chassis 0248AL) is a very special and unique Ferrari 342 America; it is the last of the six Ferrari 342s to be built by the company and one of only two with cabriolet coachwork by Pinin Farina. It was shown by Ferrari at the New York Auto Show in 1953. It was also the first Ferrari ... read blog

1951 Ferrari 212 Export Vignale Coupe

By Jeff | Sunday, November 14, 2010 | Comments(0)

Class M-1 Ferrari Grand Touring, Ferrari
In the 1950s, the Ferrari 212 export became the race car of choice for premier events such as the Tour de France, Mille Miglia and Carrera Panamericana. It followed Ferrari's first production racing car the 166 MM. The 212's finest hour came perhaps in the 1951 Tour de France when Pagnibon and Barraquet drove 0078E to victory. The Export model were bodied by coachbuilders such as Pinin Farina and Ghia. This car (chassis number 0080E) is one of six ... read blog



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