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Ferrari 250 Gto 64 - 1964Details click here
Enzo ferrari was the michelangelo of italian automakers, and the ferrari 250 gto 64 was his masterpiece. Ferrari liked to make road cars, but he loved to make race cars. The 250 gto brilliantly combined the two: It was built both for people who wanted to blow away their rivals on the track and for those who wanted to take a spin down the highway.
Ferrari 275 Gtb - 1964-1966Details click here
Enzo ferrari was always looking for an edge. Not satisfied with his companys international preeminence, he had his design team work with consultant pininfarina to conduct a special study of aerodynamics in the months leading up to the 51st salon de lautomobile in paris in october of 1964. This research led to the creation of the ferrari 275 gtb berlinetta, its newest two-passenger coupe
Ferrari 288 Gto - 1984-1986Details click here
In 1982, ferrari decided to build a car that could compete in group b touring-car events. The specifications called for a car with extraordinary performance and excellent road manners, with sufficient reserves of power to defeat the competition. Two years later, the 288 gto was unveiled at the march 1984 geneva motor show.
Ferrari 36) Gtb4 Daytona - 1968-1973Details click here
The ferrari 365 gtb4 was proof that the best sports cars dont always have to be the most exotic the right blend of speed, handling and refinement will do just fine, thank you. A handsome fastback coupe, the 365 gtb4 was the late-sixties version of a emerging line of ferrari fastbacks that had been produced during that turbulent decade
Ferrari 365 Gtc4 - 1971-1972Details click here
A compromise model, the gtc4 was a fastback coupe that shared its 4.4-litre vi2 engine with the other ferraris in the 365 series. It had pop-up headlights and a low, sloping hood with enough room for the antipollution gear that had recently come to be required in the united states. Although designed by pininfarina, only about 500 were made during its brief career
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