Entries in Ferrari (69)


HRE 308 GT4

These photos were taken at Lime Rock in the late 80s, and posted recently on FerrariChat. Not much is known about this car or who built it. I find the air dam treatment makes the car look a lot like a BMW M1 or Lotus Esprit. The back treatment is rather cool, I must admit. Note the car bears Euro bumpers. Some delicious machinery is visible in the background implying a Ferrari Club track day.


The Lion and the F40

I was a massive Nigel Mansell fan from ages 12-15. He was my hero. And this photo of him testing the F40 at Fiorano just shows everything that was cool about him at the time! Quientessentially English but with a latin verve in the cockpit!


Automobiliac on Petrolicious!

I'm on Petrolicious this week with my Dino 208 GT4. Hope you enjoy the video! We had a lot of fun making it.


At Long Last

I had been looking to source the correct wheel for my 208 GT4 for months and had nearly given up. I spotted this slightly worn wheel on ebay Italy and snapped it up. When I got the wheel and cleaned it up, my hopes were dashed that it was actually a factory wheel for the GT4, even though it was the correct shape and color. It's date stamped 1983--they stopped making GT4's in 1980.  But there is a silver lining! There was a small faded something on the lower spoke that I thought was a scratch. In fact, it is a faded signature. The wheel is actually an uber rare Gilles Villeneuve Momo. Now I am just happy as hell to have it. And the patina sort of matches the car too. I just need to see to that one rough spot on the left upper rim, which is a bit chapped.


Hot Seat

How can a cockpit be so utilitarian and so stylish all at once?