From the 125 S to the latest models, here you will find every car ever produced by Ferrari: Gran Turismo and Sport Prototipo – more than 70 years of beautiful cars.
THE 1964 250 GTO IS ONE OF THE MOST ICONIC AND CELEBRATED FERRARIS EVER. THIS AUTOMOBILE SPEAKS FOR ITSELF AND IS ONE OF THE LAST (OF THIRTY-SIX) FERRARI GTOS EVER BUILT. EQUIPPED WITH A 3.0L, 300 HORSEPOWER V-12, IT COMPLETED MULTIPLE ENDURANCE RACES, WINNING ITS CLASS IN THE 1964 DAYTONA CONTINENTAL, SEBRING 12 HOUR, AND NASSAU TT.
WHEN THE SUNOCO FERRARI 512 M FIRST APPEARED AT DAYTONA IN 1971, IT WAS A REVELATION. MANNED BY A DREAM TEAM THAT INCLUDED OWNER ROGER PENSKE, THE CAR COMBINED FERRARI’S PEDIGREE WITH PENSKE’S LEGENDARY ATTENTION TO DETAIL IN EVERYTHING FROM HIS CREW’S UNIFORMS TO THE POLISHED WHEELS.
THE COMBINATION OF A STUNNING, LIGHT TRC BODY AND A POWERFUL, THREE-LITER V12 PRODUCED THE WINNINGEST FERRARI IN NORTH AMERICA. THIS TALE SPEAKS OF JOHN VON NEUMANN’S FERRARI 625/250 TRC AND ITS LEGACY OF CHECKERED FLAGS AT LAGUNA SECA, THE GRAND PRIX OF MEXICO, AND MANY MORE TRACKS AROUND THE WORLD.
THE LAST OF THE PROTOTYPES — THE FERRARI 312PB EXUDES PERFECT BALANCE AND POISE. UNDER ITS AURA OF SOPHISTICATED SIMPLICITY RESTS AN ENGINE BASED ON THE 1971 F1 MODEL, ABLY SUPPORTED BY A CUSTOM LIGHTWEIGHT CHASSIS. EXPLORE ITS CHAMPIONSHIP PEDIGREE AND AN UNFORGETTABLE WINNING RUN IN 1972.
ON A STAGE WHERE RARITY AND TRIUMPH CO-EXIST, THE FERRARI 330 P4 — RENOWNED FOR A TRIPLE PODIUM FINISH AT THE 1967 24 HOURS OF DAYTONA — STANDS ALONE. BORN IN AN ERA WHERE RACECARS WERE STILL HANDCRAFTED, THIS VISUALLY STUNNING ORIGINAL P4 IS THE LAST OF ITS KIND.
Ferrari Classiche was established specifically to provide restoration and maintenance services, technical assistance and Certificates of Authenticity to owners of classic Ferraris. Housed in the former Ferrari foundry, the Classiche offices and workshop, which cover 950 square metres within the Maranello factory, were officially opened by Ferrari President, Luca di Montezemolo, in July 2006.
Ferrari’s very first GT cars roared out of the factory in Maranello in 1948 and some 70 years on, the majority of these cars still survive. Their owners are naturally anxious that they remain in perfect working order, safe and as thrilling to drive today as they were when they were first built. Maintaining and servicing such sophisticated cars is an extremely specialised and delicate process, one which most garages are unable to undertake. This is why Ferrari offers its clients a first-class restoration service aimed at protecting the heritage of these classic vehicles.Read more
Every individual component of a Ferrari is designed and constructed with an uncompromising focus on outstanding performance. Detailed information on each of these components, from every Ferrari ever built, is stored in the company’s extensive archive.
All assembly sheets, plus all the original designs, dating back to 1947 are also stored. And because Ferrari Classiche has access to the in-house foundry and the very same tooling machines used to make the original parts, the department’s team of experts is able to restore any Ferrari to its pristine, original condition. If any non-original mechanical parts are found, the car may still be restored to its authentic condition as Ferrari can produce or supply spares conforming to the original specifications and manufactured using original designs and specialist machinery.
The manufacture and supply of original components is clearly an essential part of the restoration and maintenance service provided by Ferrari Classiche to help owners fully restore historic Ferrari models to their original splendour.
For more than 70 years, Ferrari cars have been eagerly sought after by classic car collectors the world over. One of the main functions of the Ferrari Classiche department is to issue Certificates of Authenticity to road-going Ferraris over 20 years old and all Ferrari competition cars, including Formula 1 single-seaters of any age. The Certificates officially attest to the cars’ authenticity and also provide important documentation for buyers should the certified vehicles ever be sold on.Read more
Another advantage is that all certified cars are permitted to take part in official Ferrari events including, for instance, the Shell Ferrari Historic Challenge, which takes place in Europe and North America. During the certification process, the cars undergo a thorough inspection at the Classiche HQ in Maranello.
Using Ferrari’s extensive historical archives, a committee of experts known as COCER (Certification Committee), chaired by Ferrari Vice President Piero Ferrari, evaluates the technical characteristics of each car put forward for certification. This technical examination of the car is the most important step in the process. It reveals whether the car is fully functioning, and if its chassis, engine, gearbox, transmission, suspension, brakes, wheels, bodywork and interior are original or at least comply with the original specifications.