CLASSIC FERRARIS

The 1956 Ferrari 250 GT Coupé Boano: driven by style

The 1956 Ferrari 250 GT Coupé Boano was Maranello’s first serially manufactured car, with a total of 80 made. It was born in the Ferrari...

The Ferrari 250 Europa coupé, a rare pearl

The Ferrari 250 Europa was presented at the Paris Motor Show in 1953. Since his company’s early days in 1947, Enzo Ferrari had been obsessed...

Super clients for the Ferrari 400 Superamerica

After the 1962 “aerodynamic coupé” version we are happy to showcase the Ferrari 400 Superamerica in its cabriolet incarnation. Journalist Richard Gunn once explained that...

The Ferrari 625 Trc Spider: winning beauty

Only two Ferrari 625 Trc Spider Scaglietti were manufactured in 1957. These two examples of breathtaking beauty are some of the most gorgeous cars ever...

Ferrari 166 MM Touring “barchetta”: ready to fly

The Ferrari 166 MM Touring “barchetta” was manufactured by the Maranello-based company between 1948 and 1953. The MM in the name stands for “Mille Miglia”, the...

The 275 Ferrari GTB/2 “nez long”: a nose for good looks

Here is a 1966 275 Ferrari GTB/2 (the “B” stands for Berlinetta). The first model in the 275 GTB series had been manufactured by...

The Ferrari 250 MM Berlinetta: small details for a great car

Ferrari presented the 250 Mille Miglia (MM) Berlinetta, designed by Pininfarina, at the 1953 Geneva Motor Show. The same year, 13 were made and...

The Ferrari 250GT California Spider: something exciting

In “Shadow Man”, the young American writer Cody McFayden has one of the characters declare his love for California sun: That dry, hot, no-clouds,...

Ferrari 250 Europa Coupé, power and elegance

The dashboard peers out from behind the metal spokes of the large wooden steering wheel; the seats are covered in black leather; the windows...

Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta: Oblin’s version

Various designers and mechanics tried their hand at “dressing” the Ferrari 166 MM between 1948 and 1953. Only 46 of this race sports car born...

The Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet: a revolution in Maranello

The Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet was presented at the 1956 International Geneva Motor Show. Its first series was fitted with a Boano body, and...

The Ferrari 750 Monza Spider Scaglietti, the work of an artist-tinsmith

The Ferrari 750 Monza Spider is one of the wonders created by an artist who according to legend was able, in just a few...

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The wondrous Gothic, medieval frescoes of the Oratory of San Pellegrino

The Oratory of San Pellegrino is located in Bominaco, a hamlet not far from Caporciano, in the province of L'Aquila. It was probably commissioned...

LUMEN: a museum of photography, 2,275 meters up high

by Barbara Palladino On the top of the Kronplatz (or Plan de Corones), near Brunico (Bolzano) – an enchanted place that only the mountains could create...

Sicilian Moor heads: a legend of universal love

by Barbara Palladino “Moor heads” or “teste di moro” are colorful, ceramic vases that represent the face of a man and a woman, with a...