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Ferrari 375 MM

Ferrari 375 MM (Italy, 1953)

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Early years

When it opened, the Scuderia Ferrari (Italian for “Ferrari Stable”) wasn’t meant to produce road cars, but rather for sponsoring amateur drivers and already made racing cars. It was actually supposed to be the first motorsport team independent from factory, although related to Alfa Romeo. Enzo Ferrari always worked for the Alfa Romeo company, in different job positions, until around 1940. Then he quit because that a...  more

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375 MM Pininfarina Berlinetta
375 MM Pininfarina Berlinetta
1953, 4523cc, 340cv, 2 doors, Petrol, Fixed-head coupé
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375 MM Pininfarina Coupé Competizione
375 MM Pininfarina Coupé Competizione
1953, 4523cc, 340cv, 2 doors, Petrol, Fixed-head coupé
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375 MM Pininfarina Spyder
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