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Ferrari 212 Inter

Ferrari 212 Inter (Italy, 1951-1954)

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Produced between 1950 and 1953, the 212 series was built in two model configurations: Inter (road model) and Export212 ExportFerrari 212 ExportItaly, 1952 > 19526 versions
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(competition model).

The 212 Inter was one of the most successful models of the early history of Ferrari, with the greatest variety of body styles, with berlinetta, cabriolet and coupé variants. The styles even varied significantly within the examples produced by a single coachbuilder This series of cars carried coachwork by Ghia, Ghia Aigle, Pininfarina, Stabilimenti Farina, Touring, Vignale, and even the British firm Abbott.

The 212 Inter had the last Stabilimenti Farina bodied car built, but also marked the beginnings of a long-term liaison with PininfarinaPininfarinaPininfarinaItaly, 1930 > present16 models
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, with their first coachwork renditions on a Ferrari chassis. Although it had a much more conservative look, compared to the Vignale versions, the work made by Pininfarina started to establish a more homogeneous identity for the Italian brand.

The 212 models were powered by the traditional 60˚ V12 engine based on the original Colombo design, but now with a bore and stroke of 68 mm x 58.8 mm, to give a cubic capacity of 2562cc.



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