Ferrari 212 Export - 1951-1952Details click here
It didnt have a roof to keep out the occasional italian torrent, but who needs a roof when you can drive faster than the rain?
Ferrari 212 Inter - 1952Details click here
The first road car to bear the name ferrari the 1.5-litre vi2 type 125 was built in 1946 and appeared to the public in 1947. But the ferrari legend truly began with the launch in 1948 of the 2.0-litre type 166, which the ferrari historian hans tanner considered to be the first true ferrari touring car. The design was subsequently enlarged to create the 2.3-litre type 195, and the displacement was increased again for the 2.56-litre 212 version.
Ferrari 250 Gt Berlinetta - 1960-1963Details click here
The ferrari sports car has always been designed by enthusiasts for enthusiasts, and nothing demonstrated that better than the 250 gt coupe introduced in i960. It was the dream of every red-blooded automobile lover of that period, providing plenty of bracing performance and familiar ferrari style
Ferrari 250 Gt Berlinetta1957 - 1956-1959Details click here
Launched in 1955, the ferrari 250 gt berlinetta competizione was tailor-made for the new international gran turismo championship that began in 1956. Ferrari berlinettas started winning immediately, so dominating the ten-day tour de france event that the long-wheelbase 250 gt became known as the tour de france model
Ferrari 250 Gt Cabriolet Series Ii - 1959-1962Details click here
At the end of the fifties, ferrari made serious efforts to produce a proper range of catalogued road cars. Having brought out the 250 gt coupe in 1958, the maranello factoiy launched a 250 gt cabriolet at the 1959 paris salon.