which is the most precious Ferrari road car ever?

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  1. papou

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  2. Albert-LP

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    Thank you very much: this car is new to me

  3. JP365

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    Cheesy answer: the one in my garage.
    Now if I could have any Ferrari...250TR.
  4. NYC Fred

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    The late Preston Henn 275, valued at 100 million..[/QUOTE] Image Unavailable, Please Login
    Dayum. Can nearly reach out and touch it at the Swap Shop...
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  5. papou

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    Dayum. Can nearly reach out and touch it at the Swap Shop...[/QUOTE]
    The wonderful thing about Preston was he let the car "live" people could sit in it take all the pics they wanted,A true car guy.
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  6. NYC Fred

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    Sep 28, 2010
    Don't want to hijack thread...MIL lives a few miles away so I pop in 1-2x a year.

    Great story + pix about how this car was runing hot at LeMans or another race, so they took the 1960's equivalent of a sawzall and hacked a 2'x2' hole in the hood.

    I assume it improved the cooling considerably, and there's no trace of the repair on the outside...

    Because Racecar. LOL
  7. G. Pepper

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    A yellow F50 will always be my favorite Ferrari road car. F1 derived NA V12 and a manual transmission. Mostly analog, actually. And it looks properly outrageous.

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  8. HotShoe

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    Without question... the 1967 Ferrari 330 P4

    Not only the greatest Ferrari of all time but undeniably one of the best car designs of all time.

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  9. 3POINT8

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    anyone else think of gollum when the op said "most precious" ???
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  10. NeuroBeaker

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    Assuming funds were practically inexhaustible, I'd by:

    1989-1992 348tb, keep it stock and maintain it as a ≥98-point show car.

    A second 348 to put lots of hard miles on, with upgrades/enhancements to personalize the driving experience.

    550 Maranello for more luxurious trips or nights out at restaurants.

    F50 - visceral connection to the V12.

    308 GT4 - they're neat.

    Testarossa - might as well have the iconic side strakes too.

    Manual F430 - last of the manual V8s.​

    There are no current production Ferraris I am sufficiently enamored with to buy, even if funds were not an issue. The "value" is more of a supply/demand issue. If you're fortunate enough to be drawn to cars that had higher production numbers and/or are out of step with what most people want, you won't need to spend crazy amounts to get what makes you happy.

    All the best,
  11. EnzoItaly

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    Ferrari 456 (first series): very clean lines, very subtle in non red, very classy, NA V12 manual ~ best engine music ever, very usable, mechanically reliable... for me the ultimate of the ultimate brand, Ferrari.

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  13. miurasv

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    Very similar, and from the same group of 8 fantastic cars, of which 7 still exist, but this is a 412P (#0850), the concessionaires version, with detail differences, to the works 330 P4.
  14. carguyjohn350

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    I'll play.

    I would love a pontoon 250 TR.
    I would love a Series I PF Cab.
    I would love an early 250 TdF, preferably in French racing blue.
    And a GTO because why not.

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