This 2010 Ferrari California, in Grigio Titanio with creme leather interior was booked in for a Paint Correction Detail to remove the swirl marks and scratches that had accumulated over the years from poor washing.
The Ferrari 458 Italia was unveiled at the 2009 Frankfurt Motorshow and serves as the successor of the Ferrari F430. This mid-engined sports car featured an entirely new design coupled with technologies gained straight from Formula 1.
The market for classic cars, and for classic Ferraris in particular, have been hot for a couple of years now, and shows no sign of cooling. Smart, savvy collectors bought the models now in most demand a few years back and are sitting on profits of hundreds of per cent.
Here we have a truly iconic collectors piece; the Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale. Ferrari’s attempt at a hardcore, no nonsense version of the 360, it was loved by all at its release and the love for it has only got stronger over the years.
The 550 Maranello was Ferrari’s answer to those who believed the performance of a front-engined V12 car could not beat that of a mid-engined sports car and was the successor to the F512M.
In 1984 Ferrari produced a street-legal car that paradoxically and magically combined the most sublime beauty with a very raw level of performance – That car would be the 400-horsepower, twin-turbo 288 GTO. During its 2 year production run in 1984 and 1985, only a total of 272 units were ever built.
The Ferrari 275 GTB was introduced on the 1964 Paris Salon as the successor of the Ferrari 250 GT Lusso Berlinetta. The 4-cam 275 GTB is in many ways the holy grail of road-going classic Ferraris.
In 2008 Ferrari successfully won its 16th Formula 1 constructors championship. To celebrate this occasion, Ferrari built the limited edition (only 499 models made) 430 Scuderia Spider 16M which was derived from the 430 Scuderia.