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From Ferrari Dino 246 GT to SF90 Stradale, What they have in common?

Words – Gavin Green IN EARLY 1961, FERRARI UNVEILED TWO NEW RACING CARS. IT ALSO UNVEILED ITS LONG-TERM FUTURE. The 156 ‘Sharknose’ Formula 1 car would dominant that year’s world championship. The 246 SP sports racer would record a memorable win in that year’s Targa Florio in Sicily,...

1985 Ferrari 288 GTO

GTO – Gran Turismo Omologato The first Ferrari to carry the GTO name was the legendary 250 GTO of the 1960’s. For Ferrari to bring these incredible letters back meant one thing, this was...

Ferrari 328 Casil Motors BB3X8 FDP

Casil Motors in collaboration with Mitchell Button proudly present the Fuorilegge Development program. The BB3X8 “FDP” is a modern bespoke customization and restoration service for the Ferrari 328 GTB & GTS. Limited to only...

MAT New Stratos

The New Stratos will be under the lights of Geneva with MANIFATTURA AUTOMOBILI TORINO: MAT will present, in world premiere, the first ever New Stratos with manual gearbox: another feature that reinforce the “analogic...

1972 Ferrari Dino 246GT Coupe

Delivered in December 1971 finished in Azzurro Dino with a Nero interior, optional radio, nose bar and electric windows One of only 235 right-hand drive Dinos of which only 2 or 3 were in...

1974 Lancia Stratos HF Stradale

This 1974 Lancia Stratos HF Stradale is the 44th of 492 factory-built examples homologated for World Rally Championship Group 4 competition. This particular car has had just two owners from new, and stayed in Italy...