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Classic Ferrari Models

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206 GT Dino

Produced from 1967 to 1969, the 206 GT Dino was Ferrari's first mid-engine sports car and features a 2.0-litre V6 engine producing 178 horsepower with an elegant design, nimble handling, and legendary Ferrari performance.


208 GT4 Dino

Fitted with the world's smallest V8 engine when new - the 2 litre V8 Ferrari 208 GT4 was only sold in Italy to meet certain tax criteria for the home market - cars over in Italy 2 litres suffering punitive taxation.


208 GTB

The Ferrari 208 GTB was produced from 1980 to 1982. It was a variant of the Ferrari 308 GTB, which was introduced in 1975, fitted with smaller bore version of the 3 litre V8 fitted in the 308 GTB.


208 Turbo 1982

The Ferrari 208 GTB Turbo was produced from 1982 to 1985. Using turbocharging expertise from Ferrari's participation in F1 - the turbocharged variant was significantly more powerful and torquier than it's naturally aspirated predecessor.


208 Turbo 1989

A final evolution of the Ferrari 208 GTB/S model - a creative solution to avoid Italy’s 38-percent VAT on cars with engines over 2.0 litres, this model sold well in it's domestic Italian market.


246 Dino GT

The Ferrari Dino 246 GT was a development of the Ferrari Dino 206 GT model, fitted with an enlarged V6 engine now at 2.4 litres and the wheelbase was extended by 6 cm. A longer engine cover and fuel cap re-location are obvious visual changes.


250 SWB

A model we know very well at GTO Engineering. We can supply just about every single part for the Ferrari 250 SWB and it was the scarcity of parts when restoring these models for customers which caused us to develop a classic Ferrari parts business!


275 GTB4

Made from 1966 to 1968, the Ferrari 275 GTB/4 or 4 cam as it is often known is one of the most iconic front engined GT cars ever made. 330 examples were built and today they represent one of the most highly prized Classic Ferrari models.


275 GTB-GTS 2cam

The Ferrari 275 GTB coupe was first introduced with a body by Scaglietti in 1964. The coachwork was built  in both aluminium and standard steel material. A series two version with a longer nose appeared in 1965.


288 GTO

The first Ferrari to use the GTO soubriquet since the legendary 250 GTO, the Ferrari 288 GTO was made between 1984 to 1986. 273 examples were produced and today the cars are highly coveted, reflected by their values in todays market.


308 GT4 1976

The Dino 308 GT4 was a commercially successful Bertone designed wedge shaped mid-engined V8 2+2 - introduced as a successor to the fabled V6 Dino model. Produced between 1973 to 1980. 


308 GT4 1979

The Dino 308 GT4 was built in 2 series - this later version from 1979 featuring a single distributor and fog lamps behind the front grille


308 GTB 1976

The Ferrari 308 GTB launched in 1976 marked a return to a classic Pininfarina coachwork and the 3 litre V8 in both coupe and targa GTS style remain as one of the most iconic classic Ferrari designs.


308 GTB 1980

The 1980 model year Ferrari 308 GTB and 308 GTS heralded the introduction of fuel injection by Bosch, primarily to deal with more stringent emission requirements.


308 GTBi

Bosch fuel injection was the necessary replacement to carburettors that Ferrari had to make, in order to sell the Ferrari 308 GTBi model with the advent of more stringent emissions requirements.


308 QV

In 1983 Ferrari introduced the QV (Quattrovalvole) model with 4 valves per cylinder and boosting the power back up to 240 BHP after emissions equipment had adversely affected power output.


328 GTB 1985

Introduced in 1985 the Ferrari 328 GTB model succeeded the previous 308 model and featured an enlarged 3.2 litre V8 engine and changes to the body and chassis - sold in both GTB coupe and GTS targa body styles.


328 GTB 1988

The final iteration of the 328 GTB and in reality the swansong of the original 308 body style, in 1988 the car received the adoption of ABS - anti-lock brakes and subsequent revisions to suspension and wheels


330 GT 2+2

Successor to the 330 America, the 330 GT 2+2, was launched with the new 4-litre Type 209 V12. Styled by Pininfarina - 2 evolutions of the model were built.


330 GTC

Sharing the wheelbase of 275 GTB model together with it's independent rear suspension, the Ferrari 330 GTC was a step up in performance over the 330 GT 2+2. 


348 Challenge

The Ferrari 348 Challenge in effect launched the Ferrari Challenge in 1993. The racecar was very closely based directly from the Ferrari 348 TB, with minor engine, exhaust and brake changes.


348 GTB

The 348 GTB - GTS - Spider models were introduced in 1993 and can effect be regarded as series 2 version of the earlier TB models. Slight power increases together with subtle styling revisions distinguish the model


348 TB

Successor to the 328 model series - the Ferrari 348 TB was so called in reference to the 3.4 V8 engine and transverse positioning of it's gearbox. A bold styling direction with straked air intakes and rectangular rear lights distinguish the model


355 2.7

A development of the 348 model - the Ferrari 355 was produced from May 1994 to 1999. Early cars were fitted with the Bosch Motronic 2.7 ECU for the 1995 models and in 1996 till 1999 were changed to the Bosch M5.2 ECU


355 5.2

The Ferrari 355 model series fitted with the Bosch M5.2 ECU were introduced early in 1996 till the end of production in 1999 and represent the bulk of the 11,273 total Ferrari 355 production in all body styles


355 Challenge 1996

The early Ferrari 355 Challenge were supplied from the factory as a 355 GTB with roll cage mounts fitted and no carpets, together with a kit supplied by the factory to be fitted by the supplying dealer.


355 Challenge 1999

Although earlier Ferrari 355 Challenge cars were essentially road cars leaving the factory with a kit of parts to fit by the supplying dealer - later versions became progressively delivered as racing cars from the factory


360 Challenge

The Ferrari 360 Challenge car was the first factory built Challenge series car - not supplied as a roadcar and kit to be fitted by the dealer as per the 355. This resulted in a racecar that was appreciably quicker than its road going counterpart


360 Challenge Stradale

Launched in 2003 the Challenge Stradale was a high performance 360 derivative - 110 Kgs lighter and 25 BHP more powerful than the standard 360. A telling statistic was that the car was 3.5 seconds quicker around Fiorano


360 Modena

The Ferrari 360 Coupe was the first body configuration for this new model and the new all aluminium space frame chassis was a product of a partnership between Ferrari and Alcoa and resulted in a 40% stiffer and 28% lighter than its predecessor


360 Spider

The 360 Spider was introduced in 2000 and even allowing for strengthening measures to stiffen the structure and the weight of the powered hood mechanism, this convertible was only 60 kg heavier than its coupe brethren


365 GT 2+2

Introduced in 1967, the Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 was the largest and most luxurious Ferrari model to date, offering high speed transport in comfort for up to 4 passengers. This was the first Ferrari with standard power steering and power brakes.


365 GT4 2+2

The beginning of a dynasty of distinctively styled V12 2+2's, the Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2 was a 3 box shape by Pininfarina replacing the fastback style of previous Ferrari 2+2 models and was powered by a quad cam V12


365 GT4 BB

The introduction of the fabled Berlinetta Boxer - the mid-engined Ferrari 365 GT4 BB, replaced the 365 GTB/4 Daytona as the flagship Ferrari model. The first Ferrari mid-engined 12 cylinder road car


365 GTB4 Daytona

Launched as the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 - the Daytona name was developed in the media to commemorate the Ferrari 1-2-3 finish in the 1967 Daytona 24 Hour race. A successful model for Ferrari - 1284 were made between 1968 and 1973


400 GT

The Ferrari 400 GT was an evolution of the 365 GT4 2+2, with a longer stroke engine enlarging capacity to 4.8 litres. 502 examples made - 147 with manual transmission and 355 with automatic transmission


400 GTi

The Ferrari 400 i heralded the introduction of fuel injection to the model in 1979 to meet US emissions requirements -  with about a 10% reduction in power. A series 2 400i was introduced in 1982.



The launch in 1985 of the Ferrari 412 marked the swansong for the distinctive Pininfarina design - the 412 referring to the cc of each of the 12 cylinders. The engine was bored out to 4942cc and power was restored to 340 BHP


430 Challenge

Introduced at the 2005 Frankfurt Motor Show as a successor to the 360 Challenge cars, the Ferrari F430 Challenge was produced between 2007 and 2010 - with just 142 cars made. It is estimated less than half of these cars survive today


430 Scuderia

A limited edition model the Ferrari 430 Scuderia was an obvious successor to the 360 Challenge Stradale. Lighter by 100 kgs and 20 BHP more powerful the Scuderia was 2 seconds faster around Fiorano



Made between 2004 and 2009 - the Ferrari F430 was introduced with significant aerodynamic improvements over the preceding 360 model. It shared the basic 360 Alcoa aluminium chassis but looked quite different


Scuderia Spider 16M

449 examples of the Ferrari Scuderia Spider 16M were made to celebrate Ferrari's 16th F1 constructor's championship in 2008. Essentially a Spider version of the 430 Scuderia - this lightweight tuned 430 Spider became an instant classic


456 GT

The Ferrari 456 was introduced in 1992 and produced until 1997. 456 examples were made and the V12 GT was a return to the 4 seat V12 GT fold after an absence since the cessation of production of the 412


456M GT

In 1998 Ferrari updated the 456 GT and this facelifted model became known as the Ferrari 456M - M for Modificata. This version was subtly restyled and offered improved driving dynamics and refinement


458 Italia

The introduction of the Ferrari 458 GTB represented the last naturally aspirated V8 engine in a Ferrari roadcar and the model leaned heavily on technology developed through the Ferrari F1 programme


458 Speciale

3000 Ferrari 458 Speciale and 458 Speciale Aperta (Spider) models were produced - resulting in the most extreme naturally aspirated Ferrari V8 road cars ever made before the inevitable adoption of turbos for future emissions purposes


458 Spider

The Spider version of the 458 model range was introduced in 2011 and 6000 examples were produced in its 4 year production run. The 458 Spider was the first mid-engined car with a retractable hard top


488 GTB

The first turbocharged Ferrari V8 since the legendary the F40, the Ferrari 488 GTB marked the inevitable adoption of turbocharging to enhance performance whilst adhering to stricter emissions requirements for all markets


488 Spider

The Ferrari 488 Spider featured a similar folding roof mechanism to the 458 Spider and the additional 50kg weight over the GTB barely impacted performance figures - reducing top speed to 202 mph with more or less identical acceleration figures


512 BB


512 BBi


512 TR


550 Barchetta Pininfarina


550 Maranello






599 GTB


599 GTO


SA Aperta


612 Scaglietti


612 Sessanta


California 2008


California 2011


California Turbo








Mondial QV


Mondial T


Testarossa 1987


Testarossa 1990

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