Pay To Play or Walk Away

In the 1950s, Greg Garrison was the producer of the Dean Martin show, and just as Martin was well-known for his love of wine, women and the good life, Garrison was well known […]

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Move Over Daytona

The F40 was introduced to the press on July 21, 1987 to celebrate Ferrari’s 40th anniversary as an auto manufacturer. Original production plans were to build 400–450 cars for worldwide distribution with a […]

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Going Topless

I knew it was going to be a long day when our esteemed Editor called to request that I write a short, witty and insightful article reviewing front-engined V12 Ferrari convertibles under $100,000. […]

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Chasing The Market

Ferrari 250 S/N 0627 GT began life as a Boano, leaving the factory in February of 1957. The car was supplied to Luigi Chinetti Motors, the Ferrari importer for the U.S., and was […]

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A Rising Tide

In 1996 Jean Sage and Jacques Swaters started the Shell Historic Ferrari Challenge in Europe, creating an event where one could see and be seen with an eligible historic Ferrari. Add in a […]

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Save On Restored Cars

I am considering purchase of a 365 GTC/4. I am looking at a local car in strong #2 shape cosmetically but with no substantial service records. It has had very little use for […]

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A 288 With a Salvage Title

In my many years in the Ferrari business, I have often been called by wannabe Ferrari owners eager to buy crashed, late-model Ferraris to restore. In almost every case, the car has been […]

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Rebuild or Just Buy More Oil?

Keith Martin, our esteemed editor, recently called regarding his newly acquired 1964 Ferrari 330 America. When he purchased the car, it wasn’t smoking. Some 300 miles later, it was killing mosquitoes and polluting […]

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Ferrari Bargains

In today’s market there are good buys on Ferraris that are undervalued for the performance they provide. They may not be the most successful of Ferrari’s styling exercises or the model currently “en […]

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2 Cams or 4?

The 275 GTB/2 two–cam and 275 GTB/4 four–cam cars are among the most popular and user–friendly front–engined street Berlinettas built by Ferrari. They were also an enormous commercial success for the company, with […]

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