There is something very appealing about vintage cars that we don’t find in today’s cars. This Ferrari 275 GTB Berlinetta was restored and completed in 2011, with original tools and jack. This professional restoration was documented by Ferrari Historian Marcel Massini. What’s not to love about the red interior done by Luppi, that incredible Grigio Ferro Metallizzato paint and the wooden steering wheel with the insignia of the black prancing horse on that yellow background. The year of this Ferrari 275 GTB Berlinetta, is 1967. Made in an era where craftsmanship translated into style and effortless elegance. Price: POA
TRD: Much better looking than a Fiat Panda
Did you know: The RED Ferrari’s wasn’t the company’s colour of choice which in the early years of car racing was assigned by the International Automobile Federation (FIA) to all Italian Grand Prix race cars. Today the red coloured Ferrari’s represent 45% of the company’s sales.