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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

1965 Ferrari 500 Superfast Pininfarina Coupe

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

Class M-1 Ferrari Grand Touring, Ferrari
The 500 Superfast made its debut at the Geneva Auto Show in 1964, replacing the 400 Superamerica as the top of the range Grand Touring Ferrari. Tha sales brochure announced that this was a Ferrari for "sovereigns, performers and great industrialists." Unlike the range-topping Bugatti Royale, to which it is often compared, the Superfast was popular with Ferrari's wealthy clients, with 36 examples being sold over a time span of 28 months between the ... read blog

1955 Ferrari 250 Europa GT Pinin Farina Coupe

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

Class M-1 Ferrari Grand Touring, Ferrari
IN 1954, Ferrari heavily modified its 250 Europa to accept the new short-block Colombo-designed V12. In doing so, they created Ferrari's first 250 GT. Pinin Farina fabricated most of the Europa GTs, three of which were made in aluminum for competition. These cars can rightly be called the prototypes for the highly successful 250 GT "Tour de France." Chassis 0419GT is the third from last of the 34 Pinin Farina cars and was the Brussels Motor Show ... read blog

1960 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Spyder California Scaglietti Convertible

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

Class M-1 Ferrari Grand Touring, Ferrari
The Spyder California was built to be an export only sports car. Its name was most appropriate, for the man whos' idea it was to build a "simple" convertible was Ferrari's influential dealer in Southern California, Johnny von Neumann. The Spyder California quickly became one of the ultimate dual-purpose cars, equally at home on road and track. The car was available with lightweight aluminum coachwork or a steel body. The SWB chassis, suspension, ... read blog

1973 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Comp Scaglietti Belinetta

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

Class M-2 Ferrari Competition, Ferrari
The Ferrari 2365 GTB/4 Competition Belinetta built by Scaglietti is based upon the road-going Ferrari Daytona that became the fastest production car in the world when it was launched in 1968. These competition cars competed successfully in endurance races like Le Mans, Daytona and the Tour de France throughout the 1970s. This car (chassis 16343) is the 11th of the 15 competition 365 GTB/4s built. Three series of five cars were produced in total. ... read blog

1951 Ferrari 212 Export Vignale Berlinetta

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

Class M-2 Ferrari Competition, Ferrari
The Ferrari 212 Export was powered by a 2.6-littre V12 engined which produced 150 bhp at 6.500 rpm. 10 cars were built with Touring body work, 12 were bodied by Vignale, 2 by Motto and 1 by Fontana. After its first race in Sicily, chassis 0092E was shipped to the United States along with the Ferrari team cars destined for Indianapolis in 1952. After being used as personal transport by Alberto Ascari at Indianapolis, this car was sold by Luigi Chinetti ... read blog

1957 Ferrari 250 GT LWB Scaglietti Berlinetta

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

Class M-2 Ferrari Competition, Ferrari
The design of the Ferrari 250 GT LWB Berlinetta was first shown at the 1955 Paris Salon. The first few production cars were built by Pinin Farina and later by Scaglietti. Five examples were built by Zagato. They all had the 3-liter, V12 engine. This car (chassis 0703GT) has the rare 14 louver specification that appeared on the first series cars. Only nine cars had this feature. These were subsequently replaced by three and then single louver on the ... read blog

1964 Ferrari 250 LM Scaglietti Berlinetta

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

Class M-2 Ferrari Competition, Ferrari
The first rear-engined V12 Ferrari with the 3 liter 250 GT engine was the 250P "Prototipo" that won at Le Mans in 1963. Enzo Ferrari wanted to have a rear-engined car for both road and race, and he revealed the 3.3 liter 250 LM at the 1963 Paris Auto Show. It was very much like the Le Mans winning car but with a roof! Due to the FIA rules about homologation at the time, all the 250LMs built before 1966 were raced as prototypes. All but one of the ... read blog

1967 Ferrari 330 GT Pininfarina Convertible

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

Class L-2 Post war Preservation through 1967, Ferrari
This is a stunning V12-engined spyder in the classic Ferrari tradition. It was introduced at the Paris Auto Salon in October 1966. Designed by Pininfarina, the 330 GTS takes some of its styling cues and lines from the Ferrari 275 and the 400 Superamerica. Ferrari built 99 of these 330 GT/S spyders from late 1966 through to the fall of 1968. As exotic Ferrari sports cars go, this could be described as an everyday car in Ferrari terms. The 330 GTS ... read blog

1953 Ferrari 375 MM Pinin Farina Spyder

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

Class L-2 Post war Preservation through 1967, Ferrari
After the success of the Ferrari 340 America and its Mille Miglia victory, the more powerful Ferrari 375 MM was launched at the Paris Auto Salon in 1953. These large displacement race cars were built to contest the World Sports Car Championship and competed with the bset that Lancia, Alfa Romeo, Cunningham, and Jaguar had to offer. The 375 MM is powered by a 4.5-liter Lampredi-designed V-12 engine with either three twin choke Weber 40 DCZ or DCF ... read blog

1964 Ferrari 250 GT Scaglietti Berlinetta Lusso

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

Class L-2 Post war Preservation through 1967, Ferrari
Often referred to as one of the most beautiful Ferraris ever built, the 250 GT Lusso debuted at the Paris Auto Salon in October 1962. Designed by Pininfarina and built by Scaglietti, the Lusso combined race-car looks with a luxurious interior. Specifications could be varied to suit individual customers' requirements. Models supplied for competition had lightweight aluminum bodies, while road-going cars enjoyed a fully trimmed interior and softer ... read blog

Classic Car of the Day (11/3/2010) @ $99,750 for Ferrari 365 GTC4 1972 FERRARI 365 GTC4 EXPERT RESTO

By Classic King | Thursday, November 04, 2010 | Comments(0)

Classic of the day, Ferrari
EBizAutos 1972 Ferrari 365 GTC4 GTC 4 Coupe 1972 FERRARI 365 GTC4 RED TAN COLLECTOR CAR Priced2Sell Request More Info | >> >>| Slide Show: Photo 1 of 50 VIN: 15415 Condition: Pre-Owned Clear Title Mileage: 56,000 Stock No: Transmission: 5 Spd Manual Engine: 12 Cylinder Gasoline Exterior Color: RED Interior Color: BLACK Photo Viewer View Other Auctions Email a Friend More Photos & Detail Vehicle Overview CALL US TODAY (858)452-6060 1972 FERRARI 365 ... read blog

Classic Car of the Day (10/30/2010) @ $39,999 for Ferrari : 328 GTS 88 Ferrari 328 GTS 2 owner appro

By Classic King | Sunday, October 31, 2010 | Comments(0)

Classic of the day, Ferrari
Stunning 1988 328 GTS Euro version Ferrari with just a little more than 18,000 km (less than 11,500 miles). This car has had only two owners, the man that had it imported from Europe and then me. The car has always been garage kept and has never been driven in rain or snow... It has aluminum racing pedals, free flow (tubi type) exhaust, radar detector, scuderia badges on both fenders (removable) and only 11,500 miles! It had its last major service ... read blog



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