I have literally loved this car for as long as I can remember. I didn’t quite understand the meaning of “Ferrari Berlinetta” (the name on the bottom of my Matchbox car). And, it didn’t look the Ferraris my dad pointed out (in traffic? on TV? It’s been a while.) I imagine those would have been Ferris Bueller cars or 275s. I just remember that the headlights were housed in these insane buckets, like on an E-type. The Lusso was not like that, which I didn’t understand or really appreciate then. I do now. Continue reading “Ferrari 250 GT Lusso”
Just chillin’ at the Pavillions. Check out the front air dam.Scuffed like a Camry.
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Scottsdale Motorsports Gathering, August 2016. Definitely more striking in yellow
than in grey.
It’s hard to believe a Ferrari 360 CS would count among the “old ways.” Time marches on, yet there is a quiet elegance to the old girl, compared to the homicidal leer of a Speciale, or the intransigent incongruity of a 488. Continue reading ““Sometimes the old ways are the best””