Ferrari Barn Finds

Enzo’s Own: 1962 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2

This 1962 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 has a couple of claims to fame. The first claim is that this car was actually the first 330 GT prototype built by Ferrari. That alone makes it a pretty special car. The… more»

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We Are Headed To Monterey Car Week!

Tomorrow morning Josh and I will board a plane bound for automotive mecca! If you don’t already know, there is a huge car party going on over in California this week. It’s happening on the Monterey Peninsula and there’s… more»

Engine Delete: 1963 Ferrari 250 GTE

Bidding for this 1963 Ferrari 250 GTE is already north of $50,000 with the reserve unmet. It is missing its original engine and transmission but otherwise appears quite original. The interior is in far better shape than I expected,… more»

Ultimate Art? Ferrari Formula 1 V12 Engine

I’m trying to decide whether this might be the ultimate piece of motorsport memorabilia to put in a man-cave. If it isn’t, then it has to be close. It’s a pretty special engine, and it is a significant part… more»

Abandoned Italian: Dino 308 GT4

While it was regarded by many as a Ferrari when it was unveiled in November of 1973, the Dino 308 GT4 did not actually begin to wear the famous Prancing Horse badge until May of 1976. In fact, looking… more»

1985 Ferrari Mondial Garage Find!

It’s a strange thing: a few years ago, we would have scoffed at buying a Ferrari Mondial, as it has languished at the bottom of the desirability scale for decades. While it still may be the last “cheap” Ferrari,… more»

Early Production Car: 1967 Fiat Dino

The Fiat Dino is one of those cars that seems quite special to own yet surprisingly affordable to buy. Mind you, restoring one of these is practically as expensive as any piece of Italian exotica, but unlike a barn… more»

Rare Color: 1983 Ferrari 308 GTS QV

Cars, girls, and music.  Is there anything more important to an adolescent male?  If you grew up in the 1980s as I did you probably decorated your bedroom with posters highlighting all three of those subjects.  Farrah Fawcett sprawled… more»

Room for Four: 1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4

Yes, the $179,000 asking price is a tad eye-watering, but these Ferrari 365/GTC-4s don’t show up all that often. And prices for these 2+2s have been rising as of late, after seemingly falling victim to the fate of any… more»

Field of Abandoned Ferraris Found!

If you follow the collector car hobby very closely, you may have already heard the story. For those of you that haven’t heard it yet, the story of how these 11 Ferraris ended up abandoned in a field is… more»

Baby Ferrari: 1967 Fiat Dino Coupe

The Fiat Dino is one of those rare classic cars that allow you to potentially get in for a reasonable price with a good chance at seeing your investments pay off. Of course, the opportunity to drive a sensuous… more»

Miami Nice: 1986 Ferrari Testarossa

For me, it somehow seems right to find a 1986 Ferrari Testarossa for sale in Miami, Florida. For those of us over a certain age, a white 1986 Testarossa was the star car in the TV series Miami Vice…. more»

Affordable Stallion? 1982 Ferrari Mondial 8

For those with a desire to own an Italian thoroughbred, the Mondial remains one of the most affordable of the Ferraris. It is not everyone’s favorite vehicle built by the prancing horse, but with 6,000 cars produced during its… more»

Famous Ferrari F40 Being Auctioned By U.S. Marshals

This 1991 Ferrari F40 hasn’t lived the typical supercar life. While most of its siblings enjoy posh lifestyles, cruising through the streets of Miami or Beverly Hills, this car has a different story to tell. While on a routine… more»

Front-Engined V12: 1978 Ferrari 400

For many years, the front-engined, four-seater Ferrari 400 was a red-headed stepchild in the company’s lineup, often one of the cheaper cars you could buy (aside from a Mondial) that wore the prancing horse badge. Its fortunes have shifted… more»

Miami Vice Tribute: Ferrari Daytona Spyder Replica

I’m still not sold on the virtues of replicas of high-dollar sportscars, as so few ever come close to resembling the real thing. That being said, I’ve been open to kits that use the iconic body with some sort… more»