What a beautiful machine!
Sold by Talacrest. Steel bodied car, restored with Classiche.
#Ferrari #Italian #V12
Ferrari 250 SWB driven: the ultimate all-rounder - The Telegraph - Lifestyle | Cars:
It’s the 21st of January 1971. On that overcast, rainy Thursday Jaguar’s chief test driver, Norman Dewis took an experimental Jaguar up the banking of MIRA’s high speed bowl; it would be the last drive of the prototype Jaguar XJ13.
"Considered by many as not only one of the prettiest cars
The 400GT was a larger engined version of the 365GT4 2+2 that it
replaced. The 4823cc V12 engine provided the new 400 GT with much
improved performance over its older sister. All Ferraris built in this
period were costly, low-production machines, based on increasingly
complex tubular chassis frames and clad
With the birth of the FIA’s GT Championship in 1997, Mercedes-Benz instructed AMG to create something very special. AMG were tasked to create a racing car which could also be converted to road use in the design vein of the CLK. The difficult brief resulted in a car which utterly
An oddity in the world of homologation cars, the Ferrari F50 was not built to appease the FIA’s road car quota; quite simply, it was done in reverse. Originally built as a road car, Ferrari envisaged the potential of a racing variant of the F50 competing in the BPR Global
Whilst Gordon Murray envisaged the F1 as the perfect road car, with many believing it is, the F1 also proved to be very successful as a track weapon. Converted into race spec and christened the F1 GTR, the car placed 1st, 3rd, 4th and 5th in the 24 Hours of
Through Lamborghini’s 53-year history carrozzeria’s have played a vital role in clothing some of the most charismatic chassis’ in equally charismatic bodies, with some of Lamborghini’s most beautiful supercars having been penned by coachbuilding and design houses such as Touring, Bertone, Mirazzi, and occasionally, Zagato. Whilst Zagato have drafted various
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