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First 250 Street Ferrari in Cavallino 213

Posted by on Jun 13, 2016

It was one of Vignale’s more bizarre creations, but still engaging nonetheless, but this Ferrari holds the distinction of being the first pure production road model to carry the soon-to-be-famous 250 power plant. Historian and researcher Alan Boe has a special affinity for these early cars,...

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Vintage Vignale 212 Inter at RM Monaco

Posted by on May 9, 2016

Another unique early Ferrari will be offered by RM Sotheby’s at their Monaco auction on May 14, during the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique weekend. This sensational 212 Inter is one of only five cabriolets bodied by Vignale. Painted in black, the cabriolet was equipped with a very distinct...

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Cavallino 201: La Nina Bonita Recovered

Posted by on Jun 2, 2014

It was sold new to Argentina to enthusiast Angel Maiocchi, and it had a long and decent racing career in South America. Its body by Vignale was unusual for its time, and earned it the name La Nina Bonita – the “Lovely Girl.” It’s the 225 Export Vignale Spyder, s/n 0216 ED, and it is coming off a...

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