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Ferrari

Ferrari 1965 GTS

1965 275 GTS(above photo)

Coach builder Pinin Farina was at the top of his game when he produced this stunning sports car. The much admired and rarely seen Ferrari is one of 200 originally produced between November 1964 and May 1966. The 275 GTS premiered in October 1964 at the Grand Palais. The sister to the 275 GTB, it was fitted with a 3.3 liter V-12 engine producing 260 HP and reaching top speeds of 140 MPH. One of the most gorgeous of all Spyders to come from Turin, Italy, it recently recieved a first class award at the Concours de Elegance at NHIS in 2001.

Enzo Ferrari raced in the 1920’s, in the 30’s he went on to run the Alfa Romeo works team as Scuderia-Ferrari. He became frustrated with Alfa’s decision to concentrate its efforts on road car production and felt Alfa were neglecting their racing heritage, he left the company and began building his own cars, enter the Legend...


Many, many racing successes followed, but he soon realised road car production was vital to finance his racing ambitions. His first engine was a simple V-12 with a light alloy block and cylinder heads, narrow valve angles, 1500cc with tiny 125cc cylinders, 3 twin-choke webers and twin ignition distributors (remember this is in 1947)


Ferrari hit the world headlines in 1964 with the launch of the 275 GTB, a Ferrari with all new suspension, and a comfortable to drive Ferrari and of course, extremely quick.

Ferrari 1968 Daytona GTB

In 1968 the Ferrari Daytona 365GTB/4 was launched, the last GT front-engine Ferrari supercar. The car was named in honour of Ferrari’s success in the American 24-hour race of the same name, 365 denotes the capacity of each cylinder, four stood for the number of camshafts. This sensational motorcar had a top speed of 70mph, in reverse gear that is! Forwards just 175mph.


To celebrate 40 years of production Ferrari built the F40, a road-legal racer, a twin turbo 3-litre 478 bhp 200mph supercar.

Enzo said, if it’s not enough we can fit a wider camshaft and larger turbos.......then you have 678bhp!

Sadly Enzo did not live to see the F50, a similar car to the F40 but with a 4.7 litre engine and no turbo’s. Performance of both the F40 and F50 was almost identical (the F50 slighter quicker acceleration and top speed) The F50 is really an out-and-out racer for the road, not a developed road car. The V-12 engine is bolted directly to the carbon-fibre chassis. Despite more power than the F40, maximum speed will be no greater, ground effect is more important.


The1958 250 GT Spyder California had the body built by Scaglietti although the design came from Pinnin Farina. Just over 100 Spyder’s were built, Ferrari thought this would be an ideal competition road car, but most owners thought this car was just too nice to race! In the early 60’s the California was modified to a short-wheel-base form, many thought it even better looking than the 1958 version. Production ceased in 1963.

Ferrari Cars 1940 - 1949
Ferrari Cars 1950 - 1954
Ferrari Cars 1955 - 1959
Ferrari Cars 1960 - 1964
Ferrari Cars 1965 - 1969
Ferrari Cars 1970 - 1979
Ferrari Cars 1980 - 1989
Ferrari Cars 1990 - 2000


1940 - 1949
Ferrari 1940
1940 Auto Avio Costruzioni 815
1,496cc
8 Cylinder in Line
72 HP
170 KM/H

Ferrari 1947
1947 Ferrari 125 S
1,496cc
V12
125 HP
180 KM/H

 Ferrari 159S

1947 Ferrari 159 S
1,902cc
V12
125 HP
180 KM/H

Ferrari 1948
1948 Ferrari 166 Inter
1,995cc
V12
110 HP
170 KM/H

Ferrari 166 SC
1948 Ferrari 166 SC
1,995cc
V12
130 HP
225 KM/H

Ferrari 166 sport
1948 Ferrari 166 Sport
1,995cc
V12
105 HP
170 KM/H

Ferrari 166MM
1948 Ferrari 166 MM
1,995cc
V12
140 HP
220 KM/H


1950 - 1954
Ferrari 1950
1950 Ferrari 195 S
2,341cc
V12
170 HP
200 KM/H

Ferrari 1951
1951 Ferrari 195 Inter
2,341cc
V12
130 HP
180 KM/H

Ferrari 212 export
1951 Ferrari 212 Export
2,562cc
V12
150 HP
220 KM/H

Ferrari 212 Inter
1951 Ferrari 212 Inter
2,562cc
V12
170 HP
200 KM/H

Ferrari 1951
1951 Ferrari 340 America
4,102cc
V12
230 HP
240 KM/H

Ferrari 1952
1952 Ferrari 225 S
2,715cc
V12
210 HP
230 KM/H

Ferrari 1952
1952 Ferrari 250 S
2,953cc
V12
200 HP
250 KM/H

Ferrari 340 Mexico
1952 Ferrari 340 Mexico
4,102cc
V12
205 HP
260 KM/H

Ferrari 342 America
1952 Ferrari 342 America
4,102cc
V12
200 HP
186 KM/H

Ferrari 1953
1953 Ferrari 250 MM
2,953cc
V12
240 HP
250 KM/H

Ferrari Mondial
1953 Ferrari 500 Mondial
1,985cc
4 Cylinder
160 HP
235 KM/H

Ferrari 625
1953 Ferrari 625 TF
2,198cc
4 Cylinder
200 HP
240 KM/H

Ferrari 340
1953 Ferrari 340 MM
4,102cc
V12
300 HP
270 KM/H

Ferrari 375
1953 Ferrari 375 MM Spider
4,523cc
V12
340 HP
290 KM/H

Ferrari 375 cioupe
1953 Ferrari 375 MM Coupe
4,523cc
V12
340 HP
270 KM/H

Ferrari 250 europa
1953 Ferrari 250 Europa
2,963cc
V12
200 HP
218 KM/H

Ferrari 375 america
1953 Ferrari 375 America
4,523cc
V12
340 HP
250 KM/H

Ferrari 750
1954 Ferrari 750 Monza
2,999cc
4 Cylinder
250 HP
265 KM/H

Ferrari 250 monza
1954 Ferrari 250 Monza
2,953cc
4 Cylinder
240 HP
250 KM/H

Ferrari 375 plus
1954 Ferrari 375 Plus
4,954cc
V12
330 HP
280 KM/H

Ferrari 250 pinin
1954 Ferrari 250 GT Coupe Pinin Farina
2,953cc
V12
220 HP
230 KM/H

 


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