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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More