Racing Vintage Ferraris

Last month we reviewed racing in the Ferrari Historic Challenge, sponsored, in part, by Ferrari North America, and a takeoff on the very successful European Ferrari Historic Challenge. The most…

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U-Race Ferraris

In 1947, Ferrari built only two cars, both of them race cars. Over 50 years and 70,000 Ferraris later, that racing tradition continues, with this season’s World Sports Car victories…

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No Speculators

When I began trading Ferraris in the early 1970s, there were two types of buyers: flashy young men who made lots of money and thought the cars were “cool,” and…

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Ferrari Train-Spotters

Train-spotters comprise a unique English sub-culture who wander out onto the moors in rain, sleet and snow to record the serial numbers on the sides of passing freight cars, passenger…

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Where Have All the 1959 TRS Gone?

Ferrari built three works Testarossas for racing in 1959. Over the next 40 years, this model became legendary and highly sought after. Where have they all gone? The answer has…

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The Best Ferrari Under $50,000

First-time Ferrari buyers want advice on the best car under $50,000. As markets and prices change, so does my advice, but for the last year my selection has consistently been…

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Cutting Cars for Fun and Profit

Between 1968 and 1974, Ferrari built what many consider to be the last “real” Ferrari, the 365 GTB/4 Daytona. A front-engined, 350-horsepower, 4.4-liter V-12 cruiser equipped with a six-pack of…

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The Rest of the 250 Ferraris

Last month, we reviewed Ferrari’s 250 series of “production cars” from 1955 to ’65. We began with the 250 Europa GT of 1955 and went as far as the LWB…

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