The 125 S was the very first official racing sports car built by Enzo Ferrari and his team in 1947. It debuted on May 11 at the Piacenza racing circuit. With its bold red exterior and elegant silhouette it has become a true icon.
The 195 S Touring berlinetta is a racing sports car introduced in 1950 at the Giro di Sicilia. It was driven by Giannino Marzotto, who was famous for taking the wheel in his signature double-breasted suit.
Owned by Fiat patriarch Gianni Agnelli, the striking 166 MM Touring barchetta (chassis° 0064 M) was introduced in 1950 and represents the evolution of the 125 S, Ferrari’s first car.
The elegant 195 Inter Touring coupé is a model developed from the 166 Inter and was one of the first Ferrari Grand Tourers. It cuts a striking figure finished in understated gray/gold with chic beige and camel interiors.
This was a spectacular early competition Ferrari, a 340 America barchetta with coachwork by Touring. Its first owner was the Parisian Pierre Louis-Dreyfus, a WWII war hero who was a keen race car driver and sportsman. He entered his Ferrari into the 1951 and 1952 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The 212 Inter Vignale cabriolet (1951) is admired for its sheer beauty and flair. Indeed it was awarded second place in the Ferrari Grand Touring class at Pebble Beach in 2014.
This 212 Inter Vignale coupé was one of 34 to have been coach-worked by designer Alfredo Vignale (1952). It is striking with its ivory paint and taupe livery.
The Ferrari 340 MM Spider Vignale (1953) set a new record speed for the race at an average of over 142 km/h. It is the last one of this series ever built with its striking blue color with white racing livery.
The 1953 Ferrari 375 MM Pinin Farina spider, was powered by a V12 engine based on that of the F1 single-seater. It features bold mono-chrome color scheme and sleek interiors.
With its gleaming metallic brown color and sleek lines, the gorgeous 250 Europa coupé by Vignale (1953) was one of the original Ferrari Grand Tourers and the successor of the 212 Inter.