“Ford v Ferrari” is a must-see movie; not just for serious car lovers. That’s the conclusion of Premier Financial Services’ staff, after watching the movie together on its opening day. Read our 5-star review. Then go see this thriller on the big screen, for the full effect.
We’ve learned a few things over the past 20 years about how to buy exotic, vintage and luxury cars, whether they’re new or previously owned. So we’ve created a 5-part series to pass that information along to serious car enthusiasts like you.
The Ferrari F430, unveiled at the 2004 Paris Motor Show, is described as the “evolution” of the F360 that preceded it, and debuted the E-Diff for the make. Today, 15 years later, it stands out amongst the three generations of mid-V8 models that it precedes.
25 supercars and luxury models were confiscated by Swiss authorities from Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue and sold at Bonhams auction in Switzerland last month.
At the Frankfurt Auto Show in September, Lamborghini unveiled a new hybrid supercar called Sian, to be built in a run of just 63 cars with total output of 819 horsepower. However, Lamborghini made sure not to “destroy the DNA of a car and brand” when making it electric. It’s still a Lamborghini.
Ferrari made the 250 GT Berlinetta TdF from 1956-1958, replacing it with the 250 GT SWB Berlinetta. Gooding & Company will offer a 1958 model at its Monterey auction next month, with a $5.5m-$6m pre-sale estimate.
RM Sotheby’s Amelia Island auction is offering a 2000 550 Maranello with just 4,200 miles and a pre-sale estimate of $140k-$160k, with no reserve. That’s right in between Hagerty’s values for “Excellent” and “Concours” condition and still below the car’s original price.
Now in its fifteenth year, Cars on 5th has burgeoned into one of Florida’s premier car shows. Whether you’re interested in Bentleys or primarily Porsches, there’s something for you among the nearly 600 pristine automobiles that will be on display at Cars on 5th.