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1967 Ferrari 330 P4 Drogo Spyder

1967 Ferrari 330 P4 Drogo Spyder
1967 Ferrari 330 P4 Drogo Spyder
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1965 Ferrari 365 P2 NART Race Car

1965 Ferrari 365 P2 NART Race Car
1965 Ferrari 365 P2 NART Race Car Location: 2009 Concours d'Elegance Amelia Island, Florida Date: March 15, 2009 Photos By: Douglas Wilkinson
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1959 Ferrari 246 F1 Race Car

1959 Ferrari 246 F1 Race Car
1959 Ferrari 246 F1 Race Car Location: 2009 Concours d'Elegance Amelia Island, Florida Date: March 15, 2009 Photos By: Douglas Wilkinson
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1955 Ferrari Type 121 LM Scaglietti Spyder

1955 Ferrari Type 121 LM Scaglietti Spyder
1955 Ferrari Type 121 LM Scaglietti Spyder
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1994 Ferrari 348 GT Michelotto Competizione

1994 Ferrari 348 GT Michelotto Competizione
82,500.00 USD
1994 Ferrari 348 GT Michelotto Competizione RM Auctions Automobiles of Amelia Island Collector Car Auction Amelia Island, Florida March 13, 2009 AUCTION RESULTS: Lot 150 - Sold at a price of $82,500 Est. 360 hp, 3,405 cc V8 engine, five-speed manual transaxle, four-wheel fully adjustable independent suspension with coil springs and Koni shocks, four-wheel vented disc brakes. Wheelbase: 96.5" Between 1993 and 1994, Ferrari answered the demands of its privateer racers by offering them an off-the-shelf 348 in full race guise, thanks to a partnership with Michelotto. This was in no way a dealer-installed option. The Michelotto Competizione cars were each fitted with a tuned version of the stock V8 that produced an impressive 360 horsepower, which required half shafts, borrowed from the F40 supercar. Modifications to the body included a Lexan rear window and lightweight alloy panels for the engine cover and deck lid. Carbon fiber was used extensively on the car with the doors, bumpers and undertray all being made of the still-new ultra light, super strong composite material. Extensive ducting was needed to cool the upgraded 15-inch ventilated Brembo disc brakes nesting within the massive 18-inch Speedline center-locking five-spoke magnesium wheels. The suspension system was specially designed by Michelotto with fully adjustable Koni dampers and revised geometry to reduce dive. To increase rigidity, gussets were installed around the engine bay and chassis. The interior of the Michelotto Competizione was stripped bare, fitted with an FIA roll cage, drilled aluminum pedals, a racing steering wheel and approved race seats. In total, only 11 Michelotto Competizione variants of the 348 were produced. Nine of these were put directly into collections and were never raced. The two that were raced proved to be very successful: one finished 8th in the GTU class at the 1994 Daytona 24 hours and the other clinched the Group 2 title in the 1993 Italian Supercar GT series. Of the 11 built, only four made it to American shores, including the 1994 Ferrari 348 GT Michelotto Competizione S/N 99107 presented here. It was shipped new to Florida's largest factory-authorized Ferrari Dealer, Shelton Sports Cars, December 16, 1994. To accommodate American FIA regulations, it had been special ordered with a fire-extinguisher system and Momo race seats in addition to all the other Michelotto modifications. Prior to its acquisition by the O'Quinn Collection, it had belonged to only two Ferrari enthusiast owners since new and had only seen limited track use. In fact, the odometer shows only 2,685 miles. In 1997, it was present at the Concorso Italiano, Carmel Valley, California. As a fully modified race car, the Ferrari is not street legal, and like any race car, RM Auctions highly advises a thorough inspection before bringing it to the race track.
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1959 Ferrari TR Fantuzi Spyder Competition Car

1959 Ferrari TR Fantuzi Spyder Competition Car
1959 Ferrari TR Fantuzi Spyder Competition Car
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1952 Ferrari Special Race Car

1952 Ferrari Special Race Car
1952 Ferrari Special Race Car Engine: 12-Cylinder Ferrari Bore: 3.111 inches Stroke: 2.933 inches Displacement: 267.365 Cubic Inches There were four Ferraris entered in the 1952 Indianapolis 500 Mile Race. They assigned to Italy's Alberto Ascari, who was a road racer; Johnnie Parsons, the 1950 Indianapolis winner; Bobby Ball, veteran sprint and midget driver; and Johnny Mauro, Pikes Peak Hill Climb and sprint driver. Ascari's Ferrari was the only one to qualify for the race, starting 19th and finishing 31st with hub failure on the 41st lap. This car is the one that Johnny Mauro purchased directly from Enzo Ferrari in Italy. The car was raced at Pikes Peak Hill Climb where it finished 10th in 1952. At a 100-mile race at Denver late in the year, Mauro crashed the car. It was sent back to Italy, restored and returned to the United States. Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Hall of Fame Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana
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1965 Ferrari 250 LM Race Car

1965 Ferrari 250 LM Race Car
1965 Ferrari 250 LM Race Car This Ferrari 250 LM won the 1965 Le Mans 24-hour race at Le Mans, France. It was driven by American Masten Gregory and Austrian Jochen Rindt. Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Hall of Fame Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana
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