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SWB California Spyder Returns to the Classic

Posted by on Feb 22, 2017

This 250 GT SWB California, s/n 2903 GT, has a long and interesting history, mainly because of an ownership chain that is unbroken, and which includes some of the foremost Ferrari collectors in the USA. It was first displayed at the Paris Salon by Franco-Brittanic Autos in October of 1961, and was...

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Rare Speciale Breaks Cover at Cavallino 26

Posted by on Feb 20, 2017

At the recent Cavallino Classic, one of the secret stars of the Saturday Concorso d’Eleganza was a long lost 330 GTC Speciale, s/n 8753, brought by that collector of unique and one-off Ferraris, Lee Herrington. Virtually nothing is known about the car, except that it is a basic 330 GTC but with many...

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RM Offers Rare Barchetta at Amelia Sale

Posted by on Feb 16, 2017

This sensational early 166 MM Barchetta, s/n 0058 M, possesses all of the critical attributes a collector would want in an even-numbered sports-racing Ferrari: rarity, period racing history in Italy and the United States, an extremely high level of originality, and a highly decorated show...

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A Car from SAIPA

Posted by on Feb 15, 2017

Here is Irishman William Robert (“Bobby”) Baird at Snetterton with his Ferrari 500 F2 car on May 30, 1953 at a race meeting organized on the Norfolk circuit by the West Essex Car Club. Baird’s Ferrari 500 (and also a Ferrari 250MM that he drove in the sports car race) were entered by S.A.I.P.A....

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Export Cabriolet Steals the Show at Cavallino

Posted by on Feb 7, 2017

Best of Show Gran Turismo at the recent 2017 Cavallino Classic Concorso d’Eleganza was won by the petit but by no means retiring 1951 212 Export Vignale Cabriolet, s/n 0110 E, brought by collector Peter Kalikow and restored by David Carte. Built for the Portuguese Ambassador in France, Jorge da...

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Ferrari Takes Well Deserved Win in Bathurst 12 Hour

Posted by on Feb 6, 2017

  The #88 Maranello Motorsport Ferrari was among the frontrunners from the word go, up until a bizarre incident at one of the restarts. Craig Lowndes, leading from the #22 Mercedes-AMG, was hit by Craig Baird even before the cars crossed the starting line. The Ferrari spun into the gravel trap,...

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High Praise for the Marriage of Ferrari and Palm Beach

Posted by on Feb 3, 2017

As we return to the office from the 26th annual Palm Beach Cavallino Classic, we were delighted to find this very timely article from our friends at Sports Car Digest, whose photos and write-ups from the Cavallino Classic year after year always capture the beauty and unique qualities...

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