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I know the answer, but Andrea will explain it better.
A very well known photo on which we can see the two original Fiat 642RN2 Bartoletti transporters (Le Mans 1962). The second picture shows the...
OK, not #1030. Just a "R" and not #1030R.
#1030 and #1006. Love the big Camel Filter ad.
Not a Chevron but a Abarth-Osella.
Two photos with Enzo Ferrari in Maranello, 1961. The third photo is #1539GT unloaded for the Salon de Paris 1959.
Two different 512 S at the Targa-Florio 1970. One was a Training car.
I never paid attention, but there is a semi-trailer in these photos. Does anyone have any pictures of the truck ?
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#1030 with the ugly mirrors on the fenders.
#0971GT - Tour de France 1993.
The people in the peanut gallery "who are continually bleating" simply love real and original Ferraris and have the right to express their...
There are also those who only watch and learn, like me. Thanks to all those who continue to post their knowledge !
#0753 GT - Nürburgring 1988.
This car was a Ferrari in another life. But it's no longer a Ferrari. It's just a car that looks like a Ferrari.
#16407 - Daytona 1979.
Albert Uderzo - (© Didier Charre).
Hockenheim 2007. I like both but prefer the Berlinetta.
Mister Asterix in his 288 GTO - Dijon, France 1986.
...Modern "tour de force" examples ? NO.
...We want to know the shops that did them ? YES.
Kirk F. White... This name will remain forever associated with the fantastic 512 M Sunoco.