1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 Coupe

Launched at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show, the Ferrari 365 GTC/4 ostensibly replaced the 365 GT 2+2. Technically a four-passenger car, its eight-inch-shorter wheelbase and lower, sloping roofline made the tiny rear seats token at best. Ferrari compensated by having the rear seatbacks flip down to make a storage tray.

Pininfarina’s coachwork featured a swooping fenderline and flush-fitting glass. The V12 had the DOHC displacement of the Daytona’s engine, but the C4’s hood was lower because its six Weber carburetors Read More

2003 Ferrari Enzo Ferrari

Its design is pure haute couture, a cutting edge style that dances on the line between art and automobile

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In 1998, only a few years after the introduction of the groundbreaking F50, Ferrari began planning its newest limited-production supercar. The criteria for this car was similar to those which spawned the previous Ferrari supercars: The new car would need to push the envelope of technological innovation, it must be impressive Read More

1998 Ferrari F355 Challenge

Preparation and support of the cars was to be done by local Ferrari dealers, but drivers soon discovered that all dealers were not equal

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The 1998 Ferrari F355 Challenge described here has been in the same ownership in Spain since new. It was last campaigned during the 1998-99 season, when it competed in the Spanish GT Championship, raced by the Darro Motor Racing Team and the noted driver Gines Vivancos, Read More

1996 Ferrari F50

Rather than producing a car that would be compared to the F40, Ferrari chose a different path and decided to build a Formula One car for the street

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Fifty years of racing, 50 years of winning, 50 years of hard work.” With these words, Luca di Montezemolo introduced the F50 on March 6, 1995, at the Auto Museum in Geneva, Switzerland, in conjunction with the city’s 63rd annual auto show. Read More

1972 Ferrari 246 GTS Dino

In May 2003, I wrote that $86,000 was “all the money” for an equivalent car; boy, was I wrong. $153,000 for this example is not over the top

As the first series-produced, mid-engined Ferraris, the early Dino V6s are landmark cars, and the line they founded would prove to be an immense commercial success for Maranello. The original 2.0-liter Dino 206 was replaced in 1969 by a longer-wheelbase 2.4-liter version, the 246 Read More

1973 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Spyder

More than a decade after its restoration, this is still a spectacular car, as the generous results of the Monterey auction indicate

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Ferrari chose the October 1968 Paris Salon to launch the Daytona. A year later, at the Frankfurt International Auto Show in September 1969, it showed a Spyder version of the car, now unofficially nicknamed Daytona.

The seductive, sporty drop top painted in a unique yellow and black Read More

1996 Ferrari 456 GT Coupe

I’ve often told people trying to squeak into a Ferrari that if they can’t afford the best example, they really can’t afford an edgy one

Not since the 412’s demise in 1989 had Ferrari offered a 2+2, and when the 456 GT debuted at the Paris Salon in October 1992, it was obvious that the long-awaited newcomer eclipsed all Maranello’s previous four-seat Grand Tourers.

Although new from stem to stern, the Read More

1967 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Series II

There was a time when 330 2+2s were the entry-level Ferrari. Now they are too expensive to be donor cars or parts cars

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Reporters anxiously awaited the unveiling of the new Formula One car at the annual Ferrari press conference in 1964, but Enzo had a surprise up his sleeve. It was here that he first introduced with great fanfare the commuter’s Ferrari-a car that could stand the daily stop-and-go Read More

1988 Ferrari Testarossa

The Testarossa was a significant advance for Ferrari. Designed for series production, this flat-12 supercar continued Ferrari’s 12-cylinder tradition in a modern, mid-engined configuration that could be traced directly to the 512 and 312 sports prototypes and Ferrari’s years of Formula One experience.

This 1988 Ferrari Testarossa is a U.S.-delivery example equipped with stereo sound system and air conditioning. Its odometer shows just 37,227 miles, a reading that appears to be appropriate to its condition. It is complete with its Read More

1988 Ferrari Testarossa

The initial response was wildly enthusiastic and fueled a buzz that attracted people who had never before considered a Ferrari

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The Testarossa was a significant advance for Ferrari. Designed for series production, this flat-12 supercar continued Ferrari’s 12-cylinder tradition in a modern, mid-engined configuration that could be traced directly to the 512 and 312 sports prototypes and Ferrari’s years of Formula One experience.

This 1988 Ferrari Testarossa is a Read More