RM Sotheby’s epic Ferrari auction!

One of the activities of the 70th anniversary in Maranello this weekend is the RM Sotheby’s ‘’Leggenda e Passione’’ auction. Some of the most important cars in the history of Ferrari will be sold by the American auction house. LaFerrari prototype There’s an epic line up of around 40 legendary Ferrari’s to be sold. A couple of the cars have never been offered before, which makes it a unique occasion for some of the lots. Besides the one-off LaFerrari Aperta […]

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This is the story of the F40 Barchetta!

We recently received some questions of the F40 Barchetta which let us decide to do some research and combine it all in an easy-to-read article. Please note there are many different stories about the F40 Barchetta so we’ll simplify the most common one. 1987 Ferrari got many complains in the 80s about their cars being too soft and too comfortable. The goal – which led to the F40 – was to build a true racing car for the streets without […]

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Visiting Rétromobile in Paris 2017!

Rétromobile Paris, held in the Paris expo Porte de Versailles, is the first big international classic car show of the year. With 2017 being the 70th anniversary for Ferrari, lots of Italian horses were showed to all the visitors of the show. The Cars There were lots of Ferraris at the fair but the exclusive models from Maranello were the real eye catchers. There was a Ferrari 250 LM (€13,4 million) on display and there were three Ferrari 275 GTB/4 […]

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Attending 70 years of Ferrari at InterClassics!

InterClassics & TopMobiel, held in the MECC Maastricht (The Netherlands), is the first classic car show of the year, celebrating different themes for almost 25 years. This year’s theme was 70 years Ferrari. How did it all started? Enzo Ferrari started his career at Alfa Romeo in 1924 as a racing driver. He continued racing until 1932 when he left Alfa Romeo to start his own racing team named Scuderia Ferrari. Alfa agreed to support him by donating money but […]

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Will this 250 GTO be the most expensive to date?

This blue Ferrari 250 GTO from 1962 is currently the world’s highest-valued car. British Ferrari specialist Talacrest is asking £45 million! Everyone knows most classic Ferraris will trade hands for a ridiculous amount of money. John Collins, owner of Talacrest always wanted to sell a 250 GTO. So when this one came around he had to get it. ‘’I’ve been looking for a 250 GTO for a while now and the opportunity came with this one!’’ said Collins. Most 250 […]

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