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Via Rivoli, 5/2 - 16128 Genova Italy

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Stefano Ricci Collection



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Chassis no. K3/321/S - Engine no. B3/239/S
Coachbuilder: Enrico Bertelli
A rare Le Mans model that ran the 1934 Inter-Varsity Speed Trials and at the 1935 RAC Rally.
Chassis no. LML/50/301 - Engine no. VB6B/50/1124
Coachbuilder: Aston Martin
This car was first owned by Gerald Rudolf Ford Jr., the 38th President of the United States, serving from 1974 to 1977.
Chassis no. B20-2527 - Engine no. B20-2823
Coachbuilder: Pinin Farina
It was fitted with an original Nardi twin carburettor and alloy airbox.
Chassis no. LML/906 - Engine no. VB6J/413
Coachbuilder: Mulliners
One of the few DB2/4 LHD crafted by Mulliners of Birmingham.
Chassis no. AM300/3/1533 - Engine no. DBA1162
Coachbuilder: Tickford
Owned by Mr. J. Raymond Emmott, a director of Binns Company for over 40 years and avid car enthusiast.
Chassis no. DB4/379L - Engine no. 370/374
Coachbuilder: Carrozzeria Touring
This particular example is a factory delivered left hand drive, second series car. In total 349 of the Series 2 DB4 were built until the Series 3 was introduced in April 1961. Only 25 were LHD.
Chassis no. 275GTS*07513 - Engine no. 213*07513
Coachbuilder: Pininfarina
The Ferrari 275 GTS of Gigi Riva, the all-time leading scorer for the Italian national team.


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