Ferrari Memorabilia Showcase
Ferrari Memorabilia Showcase

Ferrari Showcase

Welcome to our "Ferrari showcase department".

On this page we have concentrated Ferrari items of particular interest and which are usually of great rarity.

As these items are so rare, most prices are "significant" and on request. With those items you will find an email link that you can click to request the price or more information.

Ferrari Memorabilia Showcase

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Artist proof of the Ferrari F40 sculpture by Michel Sauze

Artist proof of the Ferrari F40 sculpture by Michel Sauze

Artist proof of the Ferrari F40 sculpture by Michel Sauze.

Here we have a fantastic piece of Ferrari artwork by world renowned Ferrari sculptor and collector Michel Sauze.

It is an artist's proof of the Ferrari F40 sculpture in "half-finished" form.

Instead of an exact scale model, this is a much more artistic interpretation of the iconic F40 shape.

It is believed to be one of the first to have been cast in this particular mold and and one half was left exactly as it came out of that mold while the other half of the "model" was cleaned and freed of "flow out"from the casting process giving a very artistic rendering of the F40.

Logically, this is much, MUCH, rarer than the regular completely finished version.

It measures a good 63 x 23 cm and is some 16 cm high. In Inches that is roughly some 25 x 9 and 6.3 inches high.

This piece of art is part of the, important, collection of a very good customer of ours and we have been asked to seek a new owner for it.

As a consequence, the price is strictly on application through THIS LINK.

Only 1 available of this model but there are more sculptures of Michael Sauze from this series available from this collection.

Artist proof of the Ferrari F40 sculpture by Michel Sauze

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Artist proof of the Ferrari TestaRossa sculpture by Michel Sauze

Artist proof of the Ferrari TestaRossa sculpture by Michel Sauze

Artist proof of the Ferrari TestaRossa sculpture by Michel Sauze.

Here we have a fantastic piece of Ferrari artwork by world renowned Ferrari sculptor and collector Michel Sauze.

It is an artist's proof of the Ferrari TestaRossa sculpture with dark brown patina.

Instead of an exact scale model, this is a much more artistic interpretation of the famous TestaRossa shape.

It is believed to be one of the first to have been cast in this particular mold and was finished with a dark brown patina to give the artist a good impression of what the finished article would look like.

Much, MUCH, rarer that the regular completely finished version.

It measures a good 46 x 20 cm and is some 15 cm high. In Inches that is roughly some 18 x 8 and 6 inches high.

This piece of art is part of the, important, collection of a very good customer of ours and we have been asked to seek a new owner for it.

There are more sculptures of Michael Sauze from this series available.

As a consequence, the price is strictly on application through THIS LINK.

Only 1 available.

Artist proof of the Ferrari TestaRossa sculpture by Michel Sauze

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Vintage 1950s Ferrari Coach Built Upholstery Brush

Vintage 1950s Ferrari Coach Built Upholstery Brush

1950's Ferrari Coach Built Upholstery Brush.

This is a 1950's brush which I believe wasn't made or issued by Ferrari themselves but by a 3rd party, most probably a coachbuilder.

It is about 6 inches or 15 cm long.

The base is made of white celluloid with the Ferrari logo in relief on the top.

Good condition for its age.

Would make a GREAT accessory for you vintage or classic Ferrari!

Only 1 available.

 

Vintage 1950s Ferrari Coach Built Upholstery Brush

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Auto Avio Costruzioni Worksheet

Auto Avio Costruzioni Worksheet

Auto Avio Costruzioni Worksheet.

This is an absolute rarity!

This is an original 1940 - 1947 worksheet from "Auto Avio Costruzzioni, Enzo Ferrari, Modena".

When Enzo Ferrari left Alfa Romeo, he had to sign a clause which forbid him to be active in motor racing under his own name. Since Enzo still wanted to follow his passion, he founded Auto Avio Costruzzioni or AAC which in 1947, after the clause had ended, would form the basis of the modern Ferrari company as we still know it today.

Very thin gauge blue-ish paper with printed AAC logo complete with prancing horse in the left top corner. Header in the top right corner and two columns on the rest of the page headed "Causale" (Cause) and "Esito" (Outcome).

Good condition for age but does show a degree of yellowing due to age on the borders and minor fraying at the edges.

When was the last time you saw one of these for sale?

Guaranteed to be an original.

It measures approximately 9 x 11 inches.

Only 1 available.

Auto Avio Costruzioni Worksheet

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1948 Tazio Nuvolari signed Letter

1948 Tazio Nuvolari signed Letter

1948 Tazio Nuvolari signed Letter with envelope.

What a fantastic piece this is!

Apparently, Tazio was doing very well in the immediate post-war era as apparently he had lend a sum of money to a Mr. Pighi in Castel d'Ario (a village some 11 miles from Tazio's home in Mantova, Italy) and apparently the legal interest rate had been raised on December 23, 1947 and on January 30, 1948 Tazio sent this letter (registered with return receipt!) to Mr. Pighi informing him that he will be held to pay the increased interest rate.

HIGHLY interesting!

Tazio signed it in full in black ink.

It is in excellent condition and comes complete with the original envelope.

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Only 1 available of course as every autographed item is unique and we provide a Certificate of Authenticity with it which guarantees that this is a genuine signature.

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1948 Tazio Nuvolari signed Letter

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Vintage Original 1950 Targa Florio Advertising Poster

Vintage Original 1950 Targa Florio Advertising Poster

1950 Targa Florio Advertising Poster Vintage Original.

This is a great VINTAGE poster for the 34th running of the Targa Florio / 10th running of the Giro di Sicilia.

It urges you to buy the race program which is available at every news stand and costs a mere 30 Lira.

It is printed on very thin paper and is in excellent condition bar a small tear at the top (visible in the scan) and two tape marks from being displayed in 1950. Folded as original but stored flat for decades.

Maybe the only one left in the world?

The race was won by Mario and Franco Bornigia on Alfa Romeo 8C-2500 Sperimentale.

Second place was for Inico Bernabei and Tulio Pacini on Ferrari 166 MM (S/N 0036M) which survives to this day while third place went to Baron Stefano La Motta (would get killed the next year at the same event...) & Gennaro Alterio on Ferrari 166 S (S/N 0011S) which was scrapped after La Motta was killed in it).

The poster measures some 69 x 50 cm or 28 x 20 inches and was printed in Palermo (where else?).

Only 1 available of course.

Vintage Original 1950 Targa Florio Advertising Poster

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Vintage 1950s Alberto Ascari business card

Vintage 1950s Alberto Ascari business card

This is a vintage early 1950's Alberto Ascari business card with his personal address at 60, Corsa Sempione, Milano, Italy.

Alberto is one of the most famous Ferrari racing personalities of the 1950's, having been crowned Formula 1 world-champion 1952 (winning ALL 6 races in Europe, his attempt at the Indy 500 failed after 40 laps...) and 1953 and is 1 of only 2 Italian Formula One World Champions.

Alberto also won the 1954 Mille Miglia on Lancia, driving solo.

One of his most famous moments is probably the 1955 Monaco Grand Prix where he launched his Lancia D50 into the Monaco harbor!

One week later, May 26, 1955, while testing a Ferrari sports car at Monza, he crashed fatally at the Curva di Vialone which would later be renamed the "Variante Ascari" in his honor.

This business card measures some 10.5 x 7 inches (approximately 4 x 3 inches), is in good condition for its age (bar 2 staple holes) and carries the handwritten text "Ringraziando Vi contraccambio vivamente" which roughly translates into "I kindly thank you in return".

The rear shows the stamp of, equally famous, motorsport photographer Franco Zagari (1930 - 2012) from whom's collection this card came.

Only 1 available.

Price on request through THIS LINK.

Vintage 1950s Alberto Ascari business card

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1952 Ferrari 212 Inter 250 MM 340 Mexico 342 America Owners Manual Vintage Original

1952 Ferrari 212 Inter 250 MM 340 Mexico 342 America Owners Manual Vintage Original

Vintage original 1952 Ferrari 212 Inter, Ferrari 250 MM, Ferrari 340 Mexico and Ferrari 342 America Owners Manual.

This Ferrari owners manual contains 39 pages which elaborate on the owning, driving and maintaining these Ferraris with countless fold-out pages, drawings and diagrams.

Language: Italian.

Printed in 1952 by Stablimento Poligrafico Artioli, Modena, Italy.

This manual is in excellent condition with some very clear "signs of the time" and it definitely already has a life behind it.

One of the fold-out diagrams (The Shell lubrication chart) was missing and this chart has been replaced by an exact replica.

Still, this is an excellent opportunity to acquire such a rare manual at a much more modest price than when the original chart would have been there.

Only 1 available.

Price on request through THIS LINK.

1952 Ferrari 212 Inter 250 MM 340 Mexico 342 America Owners Manual Vintage Original

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Vintage 1954 GOLD medal awarded to Mike Hawthorn for the 1954 Grand Prix of Syracuse

Vintage 1954 GOLD medal awarded to Mike Hawthorn for the 1954 Grand Prix of Syracuse

1954 Gold Medal, Syracuse Grand Prix, awarded to Mike Hawthorn.

We are pleased to be able to offer for sale this absolutely unique piece of motoring history:

This medal was given to Mike Hawthorn for competing in the 1954 Syracuse Grand Prix.

Mike drove a Ferrari 625 in this Grand Prix which he crashed and he sustained serious burns to his arms and legs in this accident.

This is what Road & Track wrote about the accident in 1954:

"....Marimon in a Maserati drove too close to the right side of the track and sent up a shower of hay. Blinded by the flying chaff, the second place car, a Ferrari with Hawthorn driving, crashed against the safety wall and the car caught fire. Gonzales, about seven feet behind Hawthorn, piled into the Englishman's car, careened and went into the wall. Both cars were destroyed by the flames and Hawthorn was taken to the hospital....".

Shown below is a photo from R&T of the scene of the accident.

This medal went straight from Mike's estate, in 1959, to an important collector in Switzerland from whom we acquired it directly.

A truly unique opportunity to acquire a piece of memorabilia from Hawthorn's personal possession.

Measures approximately 1.25 inches in diameter and is made of 18 carat gold.

Only 1 available.

Price on request through THIS LINK.

Vintage 1954 GOLD medal awarded to Mike Hawthorn for the 1954 Grand Prix of Syracuse

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Vintage Original 1956 24 Hours of Le Mans Program Autographed by Peter Collins and Ken Wharton

Vintage Original 1956 24 Hours of Le Mans Program Autographed by Peter Collins and Ken Wharton

Vintage Original 1956 24 Hours of Le Mans Program Autographed by Peter Collins and Ken Wharton.

Here we have a VERY special 1956 Le Mans program...

Apart from being quite a rarity in its own right, this one was signed on the cover by racing greats Peter Collins and Ken Wharton!

Peter Collins (1931 - 1958) was teamed up with Sterling Moss and the duo drove their Ecurie Ecosse entered Aston-Martin DB3 S to a second place overall, a mere 1 lap behind the winning Jaguar D-Type of Ron Flockhart and Ninian Sanderson.
Peter signed the cover in pencil.

Ken Wharton (1916 - 1957) was teamed up with Jack Fairman in a works Jaguar D-Type but unfortunately, he never got to drive it in the race as Jack crashed the car already in lap 3...
Ken signed the cover in blue ballpoint.

Neither of these two men would survive this race for more than 2,5 years and both would get killed in a Ferrari...

The booklet measures some 13 x 23.5 cm and contains 188 pages filled to the brim with information of the cars, the drivers, previous editions of the race, the track and of course great contemporary advertising.

It does have a fair amount of wear and tear, as can be seen in the photos, and yes, it would have been a lot more expensive if it was in mint condition...

The race was won by Ron Flockhart and Ninian Sanderson in their Jaguar D-Type with a total of 300 laps to their name.

For the full results of this race, please see 24 Heures du Mans results 1956.

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Only 1 available of course as every autographed item is unique and we provide a Certificate of Authenticity with it which guarantees that these are genuine signatures.

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Price on request through THIS LINK.

Vintage Original 1956 24 Hours of Le Mans Program Autographed by Peter Collins and Ken Wharton

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Original 1957 Ferrari 250 GT Boano Sales Brochure in English Merritt Page 131

Original 1957 Ferrari 250 GT Boano Sales Brochure in English Merritt Page 131

Ferrari factory original vintage 1957 Ferrari 250 Granturismo Boano brochure.

Large fold-out brochure for the 250 Boano as described in Richard Merritt's book on page 131.

Language: English.

Generally more than excellent condition but has punched holes for archiving (see scan).

Only 1 available.

 

 

 

 

Original 1957 Ferrari 250 GT Boano Sales Brochure in English Merritt Page 131

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1957 Olivier Gendebien signed Ferrari Postcard

1957 Olivier Gendebien signed Ferrari Postcard

This is an official Ferrari factory issued postcard of Olivier Gendebien at the wheel of what looks to be his Ferrari 250 GT LWB TdF, S/N 0503GT, during the 1956 Mille Miglia in which he would finish 5th overall.

Olivier signed and dedicated the card himself on the front.

The text reads "A Primo Maffezzoli avec toute ma sympathy O. Gendebien"

The text loosely translates into "To Primo Maffezzoli with all my sympathy, O. Gendebien"

The image of Olivier with the bottle in his right hand while looking at what look to be some notes in truly iconic!

The card is in near mint condition, especially considering its age.

There is some minor glue residue on the card and the remnants of having been stuck in an album for decades on the back.

The rear shows the Shell logo, the Ferrari prancing horse, the Ferrari script logo and the text "Olivier Gendebien".

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Only 1 available of course as every autographed item is unique and we provide a Certificate of Authenticity with it which guarantees that this is a genuine signature.

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1957 Olivier Gendebien signed Ferrari Postcard

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Vintage Original 1958 24 Hours of Le Mans Poster in Mint Condition

Vintage Original 1958 24 Hours of Le Mans Poster in Mint Condition

Vintage Original 1958 24 Hours of Le Mans Poster.

June 21 & 22, 1958.

It measures approximately:
11 x 15 inches
28 x 38 cm

This is an extremely scarce example of the 1958 24 Heures du Mans poster.

It is in in as mint a condition as a poster of over half a century old can be; truly SPECTACULAR!

The 1958 Le Mans poster is part of the so-called "Major Illustrators" era in Le Mans posters which lasted from 1954 - 1963 and in which the cream of the crop of French motorsport illustrators such as Geo Ham, Jeudon and Beligond were hired for the design of the race posters.

The design of the 1958 poster was by Michel Beligond and was his first work for the Le Mans 24 hours race.

Beligond was preceded by Geo Ham and Jeudon and the switch to the new artist immediately gave a more realistic rendering of the race.

The car is going into the Dunlop curve, just having passed under the famous Dunlop bridge.

The night and the crowd are of course present but Beligond is not too concerned about depicting a real race but instead shows the make that was favorite for the 1958 race, Ferrari!

The race was indeed won by Olivier Gendebien and Phil Hill in their Nr. 14 Ferrari 250 TR58 0728TR with a total of 305 laps to their name.

For the full results of this race, please see 24 Heures du Mans results 1958.

This poster is VERY scarce and will be shipped, rolled, is a VERY sturdy (PVC) tube.

Vintage Original 1958 24 Hours of Le Mans Poster in Mint Condition

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Vintage 1958 Plaque given to Mike Hawthorn for the 1958 Grand Prix of Portugal

Vintage 1958 Plaque given to Mike Hawthorn for the 1958 Grand Prix of Portugal

1958 Plaque, Portugal Grand Prix, given to Mike Hawthorn.

We are pleased to be able to offer for sale this fabulous piece of motoring history:

This plaque was given to Mike Hawthorn for competing in the 1958 Portugal Grand Prix at Porto race track.

Mike drove a Ferrari 246 and set the second fastest qualifying time behind Stirling Moss in his Vanwall. During the race, Mike set the fastest lap time (almost 2 seconds faster than Moss's pole time!) but still came in second after Moss.

This was of course all in Mike's Championship Winning year and it was the second to last time that Mike would race in a Grand Prix...

This is what Mike said after the race:

"I was upset to find that my race number was 22. Both Pete [Collins] and Luigi [Musso] had been killed on cars with 2 as their number, and the sight of 22 on mine really put the wind up me. I rushed off to Tavoni and asked if I might have 24, which was Taffy's number, and he and Taffy both agreed; only the numbers were changed, not the actual cars."

This plaque went straight from Mike's estate, in 1959, to an important collector in Switzerland from whom we acquired it.

A truly unique opportunity to acquire a piece of memorabilia from Hawthorn's personal possession.

It measures approximately 3.4 x 1.5 inches.

Only 1 available.

Price on request through THIS LINK.

Vintage 1958 Plaque given to Mike Hawthorn for the 1958 Grand Prix of Portugal

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Original 1961 Wolfgang Graf Berghe von Trips Death Notice / Obituary Card set

Original 1961 Wolfgang Graf Berghe von Trips Death Notice / Obituary Card set

This is an extremely scarce set!

This is an ORIGINAL Death Notice and funeral cards set of Wolfgang Reichsgraf Berghe von Trips.

Only a few selected friends of the family received this card in 1961 after Wolfgang's untimely death during the 1961 Grand Prix of Italy at Monza when his Ferrari 156 Sharknose flipped over.

This set consists of the following:

  • Photo card; front shows von Trips in helmet; the rear reads simply Wolfgang Graf Berghe von Trips. Measures approximately 3.5 x 5.5 inches.
  • In Memoriam card. The front shows von Trips in a suit and lists his birth and death days. The rear shows an in memoriam written by von Trips's parents. Measures approximately 6.1 x 5 inches.
  • Thank you card by von Trips's parents. Measures approximately 7 x 4 inches with ragged-edge finish.

Only 1 set available.

Original 1961 Wolfgang Graf Berghe von Trips Death Notice / Obituary Card set

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1962 Willy Mairesse signed Ferrari Postcard

1962 Willy Mairesse signed Ferrari Postcard

This is an official Ferrari factory issued postcard of Willy Mairesse.

It appears to be the only Willy Mairesse dedicated piece of publicity material that the Ferrari factory ever issued and Michel Sauze determined it as having been issued in 1960.

Willy signed and dedicated the card himself on the front.

The text reads "A Sergio avec mes remerciements en souvenir du G.P. d'Italie 1962 W. Mairesse".

The text loosely translates into "To Sergio with my thanks as a memento for the 1962 Grand Prix of Italy".

Mairesse scored his second best place of his career during that 1962 Italian Grand Prix when he placed 4th in his Ferrari 156 Sharknose.

The image of Willy smiling is a rare one of the man that suffered from such deep depressions and who ultimately committed suicide in an Ostend hotel room in 1969.

The card is in near mint condition, especially considering its age.

There are only some very minor knocks to the left bottom corned as visible in the photos.

The rear shows the Shell logo, the Ferrari prancing horse, the Ferrari script logo and the text "Willy Mairesse".

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Only 1 available of course as every autographed item is unique and we provide a Certificate of Authenticity with it which guarantees that this is a genuine signature.

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1962 Willy Mairesse signed Ferrari Postcard

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1964 Bill of sale bill of lading etc on Ferrari 250LM S/N 5901

1964 Bill of sale bill of lading etc on Ferrari 250LM S/N 5901

This is a set of documents pertaining to # 5901 Ferrari 250LM.

The set consists of the following documents:

1)
Bill of sale (invoice) from SEFAC Ferrari to Luigi Chinetti Motors Inc, dated November 14, 1964. The invoice specifies the car as follows:

"FERRARI" 250 Le Mans automobile, bodied Competition Berlinetta, complete with five wire wheels and tires, set of tools - ENGINE No 5901 CHASSIS No 5901
Color: China Red
Upholstery: Blue

F.O.B. Genoa
Including a crate with 4 sprare wheels
Including a carton with spare parts such as valves, valve springs, gaskets etc.

The prices have been erased probably because this invoice has been "living" with the car for quite a while and somebody didn't want everybody to know what Chinetti paid for the car to Ferrari.

It is stamped "Copia", a long declaration + "SEFAC S.p.a." and carries a signature. It comes on original Ferrari invoice letterhead.

2)
The second document is the original bill of lading for this car.

It is dated November 16, 1964 and shows that the car traveled on the "Maria Costa" to New York. Pier of loading was Leghorn. The car weighed in at 950 KGS, the crate was 34 KGS and the carton with spare parts was 10 KGS.

It is stamped in red "ORIGINAL".

3)
The third document is the shipping notice from SEFAC to Luigi Chinetti Motors.

It comes on SEFAC letterhead, is dated November 20, 1964 and advises Chinetti that car # 5901 has been shipped from Livorno on the M/N Maria Costa on November 20, 1964 and that it concerns the "Ferrari tipo 250/LM telaio No 5901".

Has handwritten "5901" in black fountain pen ink on it, purple stamp "No 35790", purple "SEFAC S.p.A." stamp and is signed in blue fountain pen ink.

4)
The fourth document is the original "Vehicle invoice" from "Kirk F. White Motorcars Inc." in Philadelphia, PA to William (Bill) B Rearden Jr. in Villanova, PA.

It is dated June 29, 1970 and shows that Bill Rearden paid $ 16,500.00 for the car and traded in his Ferrari 330P S/N 0822 for $ 12,000.00.

The invoice carrier number "0333) and has a handwritten note from Kirk White on it that says "Addl $ 10.00 Tag Fee Paid K.W.".

5)
The fifth items is a set of period Xexox copies of the SEFAC invoice, the shipping notice, the Kirk White invoice plus another small Xerox copy on pinkish paper that lists a number of the owners:

Raymond J. Augusterfer from Philadelphia, PA
George Arents from Warren, Vermont
Luigi Chinetti Motors Inc.
Walter G. Young

After Walter Young, the car went to Kirk White who sold it to Bill Rearden.

This last document lists the car as being a "275 LM" but does mention the correct chassis number "5901".

We are entertaining sensible offers on this set that reflect the historical importance of these documents.

We can be contacted through THIS LINK.

Only 1 set available (of course!).

1964 Bill of sale bill of lading etc on Ferrari 250LM S/N 5901

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1965 Enzo Ferrari signed John Surtees Ferrari Card

1965 Enzo Ferrari signed John Surtees Ferrari Card

This is an official Ferrari factory issued postcard of John Surtees that has been signed by "The Drake", Enzo Ferrari, himself on May 24, 1965.

The handwritten text on the back reads "Andiamo avanti! Grazie" and is signed by Enzo in his characteristic violet ink.

The text loosely translates into "Let's go forward! Thank you"

It also carries the typed text "Modena 24/5/1965" and the usual logos.

The card is in near mint condition, especially considering its age.

The front, in portrait format, shows a concentrated John with his white helmet and goggles, apparently waiting in his car in the pits.

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Only 1 available of course as every autographed item is unique and we provide a Certificate of Authenticity with it which guarantees that this is a genuine signature.

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1965 Enzo Ferrari signed John Surtees Ferrari Card

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1965 Lorenzo Bandini signed Ferrari Postcard

1965 Lorenzo Bandini signed Ferrari Postcard

1965 Lorenzo Bandini signed Ferrari Postcard.

This official Ferrari factory issued postcard from 1965 of a portrait of Lorenzo Bandini has been signed by Bandini himself on the back at Christmas 1965.

Lorenzo wrote on the back: "Auguri Natale 1965" + his signature.

The card is in decent condition but does have a few wrinkles as visible in the scan.

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Only 1 available of course as every autographed item is unique and we provide a Certificate of Authenticity with it which guarantees that this is a genuine signature.

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1965 Lorenzo Bandini signed Ferrari Postcard

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1967 Enzo Ferrari signed Mike Parkes Ferrari Card

1967 Enzo Ferrari signed Mike Parkes Ferrari Card

Newly arrived 1967 Enzo Ferrari signed Mike Parkes Ferrari Card

This is an official Ferrari factory issued postcard of Michael "Mike" Parkes that has been autographed by "The Drake", Enzo Ferrari, himself on May 12, 1963.

The handwritten text on the back reads "Grazie e cordialissimi" and is signed by Enzo in his characteristic violet ink.

The type-written text in the bottom left corner dates the signature to February 9, 1967 with Modena as location.

The card is in more than excellent, near-mint, condition considering its age.

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Only 1 available of course as every autographed item is unique and we provide a Certificate of Authenticity with it which guarantees that this is a genuine signature.

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1967 Enzo Ferrari signed Mike Parkes Ferrari Card

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1967 Pedro Rodriguez Protos F2 Enna Crash Steering Wheel

1967 Pedro Rodriguez Protos F2 Enna Crash Steering Wheel

1967 Pedro Rodriguez Protos F2 Enna Crash - Steering Wheel.

Here we have a VERY special and TOTALLY unique item albeit not of Ferrari origin but since Pedro Rodriguez was such a prominent Ferrari personality, we felt it was appropriate to feature this item here.

In the 1967 season, it was quite normal for hot-shot Formula 1 drivers to also compete in the Formula 2 championship and so did Pedro Rodriguez eventhough he was a Cooper works F1 driver at that time.

On August the 20th, 1967 Pedro drove the Ron Harris entered Protos Cosworth F2 in the "Gran Premio del Mediterraneo" at the Enna track on Sicily.

The Protos F2 was quite a special car which was designed by Frank Costin with a chassis that was largely made of wood and which featured an enclosed cockpit!

During the race, Pedro was battling it out with Jean-Pierre Beltoise for second place, lost it and crashed the car heavily, thus smashing it to matchwood!

According to the person that salvaged this steering wheel from the wreck, it was, apart from the engine(!), the largest surviving part of the car!

During the crash, Pedro was launched from the car, still strapped in his seat and so passed leader Jackie Stewart who later stated that he had never been challenged for the lead in a race by someone without a car...

Amazingly enough, Pedro only suffered a broken heel in this massive crash.

Ray Buckley, who was the team mechanic at the Ron Harris racing team salvaged the steering wheel and later, when he was employed by the Hesketh F1 team, passed it on to David Phelbs who had it mounted as presented and offered for sale now.

The steering wheel gives a good impression of how massive this shunt must have been....

The front of this mounting shows of course this very original steering wheel, a photo of Pedro and a caption.

The rear shows the declaration of David Phelbs and how he got to this steering wheel + a copy of an interview with Pedro on this shunt.

Along with it comes an original copy "Autosport" with a write up on the race and the accident.

Truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to acquire such a unique item in such unmolested condition (after all, this is how it came out of the crash!) with such excellent provenance.

Only 1 available.

 

1967 Pedro Rodriguez Protos F2 Enna Crash Steering Wheel

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Original 1967 Lorenzo Bandini Death Notice Obituary Card

Original 1967 Lorenzo Bandini Death Notice Obituary Card

This is an extremely scarce Item.

This is an ORIGINAL Death Notice card of Lorenzo Bandini.

Only a few selected friends of the family received this card in 1967.

Lorenzo was Enzo Ferrari's "Golden Boy" in the 1960's and is even rumored to be the cause of the break-up between Ferrari and John Surtees.

Lorenzo died after having suffered severe burns to his body during his horrible crash in the 1967 Monaco Grand Prix at the age of 31. Lorenzo drove a Ferrari 312 when he lost control over the car in the chicane after which the car caught fire. Lorenzo died three days later in hospital.

It measures approximately 20.5 x 10.5 cm or 8.5 x 4 inches and opens up to 20.5 x 21 cm or 8.5 x 8 inches.

Only 1 available.

Original 1967 Lorenzo Bandini Death Notice Obituary Card

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1971 Scaglietti Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Body Parts Catalog Blueprints

1971 Scaglietti Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Body Parts Catalog Blueprints

1971 Scaglietti Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Body Parts Catalog Blueprints.

A VERY rare catalog as these were issued by Carrozzeria Scaglietti and not by the Ferrari Technical department (although they were made with the consent of Ferrari of course)!

This covers the version with the retractable headlights.

Contrary to the mechanical parts catalogs which can still be found, the body parts catalog is as rare as hen's teeth! Who of you has ever seen one of these?

All the pages are blueprints (at that time still a common way of "copying" larger format drawings) and carry the Ferrari logo on the back.

The set consists of a total of 26 pages with drawings and parts listings.

Each page measures some 45 x 30 cm or 18 x 12 inches.

Very, VERY rare indeed!

Language: Italian.

Only 1 available.

Price on request through THIS LINK.

1971 Scaglietti Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Body Parts Catalog Blueprints

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1974 Enzo Ferrari The Big Red Book

1974 Enzo Ferrari The Big Red Book

1974 Enzo Ferrari The Big Red Book.

First and only edition, dating from November 1974.

One of the so called "Enzo Ferrari Authored presentation books".
These books were authored by Enzo Ferrari and were never for sale to the general public but were usually given to patrons, potential patrons, and visitors to the Ferrari factory. The books were always limited editions although the actual number of printed books varies.

256 Pages.

Language: Italian

Large format: 23,5 x 33,5 cm and some 2,8 cm thick (or roughly 9.25 x 13,2 inches and 1.1 inch thick).

As mentioned, this is a limited edition, destined only for Ferrari "internal use" and never available to the general public.

It is a of course a vintage book that is 40+ years old and we rate the condition at 8 out of 10 with some light wear and tear to the cover, a slight knock to one corner (as visible in the pictures) and a small tape repair to page 250.

Only 1 available.

1974 Enzo Ferrari The Big Red Book

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Ferrari 80 by Enzo Ferrari FIRST Edition

Ferrari 80 by Enzo Ferrari FIRST Edition

Ferrari 80 by Enzo Ferrari - First Edition.

One of the so called "Enzo Ferrari Authored presentation books".
These books were authored by Enzo Ferrari and were never for sale to the general public but were usually given to patrons, potential patrons, and visitors to the Ferrari factory. The books were always limited editions although the actual number of printed books varies.

It was published in November 1979.

230 Pages.

Language: Italian

As mentioned, this is a limited edition of 1.000 pcs, destined only for Ferrari "internal use" and never available to the general public.

is a of course a vintage book and we rate the condition at 7.5 out of 10 with some light soiling to the cover.

Only 1 available.

Ferrari 80 by Enzo Ferrari FIRST Edition

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Gilles Villeneuve signed Giacobazzi Ashtray

Gilles Villeneuve signed Giacobazzi Ashtray

Gilles Villeneuve signed Giacobazzi Ashtray.

This is ca. 1981 Giacobazzi Lambrusco sponsor ashtray that was signed by Gilles with a black marker.

Gilles Villeneuve signed items are very, VERY rare and we are happy to be able to offer this definitely out-of-the-ordinairy piece which we acquired straight from the Giacobazzi company.

The ashtray measures some 5.5 x 4.2 inches or 14 x 11 cm.

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Only 1 available of course as every autographed item is unique and we provide a Certificate of Authenticity with it which guarantees that this is a genuine signature.

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Gilles Villeneuve signed Giacobazzi Ashtray

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1982 Ferrari Notiziario Press Release on the Grand Prix of Belgium at Zolder Gilles Villeneuve Fatal Crash

1982 Ferrari Notiziario Press Release on the Grand Prix of Belgium at Zolder Gilles Villeneuve Fatal Crash

Vintage 1982 Ferrari press release on the Grand Prix of Belgium held at Zolder.

This is a rather sad document that Ferrari issued prior to the Belgium Grand Prix in which Gilles Villeneuve would so sadly perish in qualifying at the wheel of his Ferrari 126.

This rather simple, but highly original, document was issued to the press and informs about Ferrari's view of this race, which cars they brought (including a 126/C2 "scorta" or "t-car") and a map of the track including Gilles' shifting points. Of course, it also mentions Didier Pironi.

Little did everybody know what a dramatic turn of events would take place here...

This is the only one we have ever had of this particular race and we are inviting serious offers on it through THIS LINK.

1 Sheet, double sided.

Factory original issue.

Only 1 available in Italian language.

1982 Ferrari Notiziario Press Release on the Grand Prix of Belgium at Zolder Gilles Villeneuve Fatal Crash

288gtopis
1985 Ferrari 288 GTO piston mounted on Schedoni leather base

1985 Ferrari 288 GTO piston mounted on Schedoni leather base

Ferrari 288 GTO piston mounted on Schedoni leather base.

PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT a Ferrari Idea piston !!!

This piston is from ca. 1985, way before the introduction of the "Idea" pistons and other parts mounted on leathers bases.

These mounted GTO pistons are VERY rare as only a few were made for "Highly appreciated friends of La Ferrari" and potential buyers of a 288 GTO.

Excellent condition.

Only 1 available.

1985 Ferrari 288 GTO piston mounted on Schedoni leather base

508/88
1988 Enzo Ferrari 90th Birthday Menu 1988 508/88

1988 Enzo Ferrari 90th Birthday Menu 1988 508/88

1988 Enzo Ferrari 90th Birthday Menu 1988 508/88.

EXTREMELY RARE !!

This menu was issued for the lunch that celebrated the 90th birthday of the grand old man in 1988.

Definitely the scarcest of modern day (everything is relative!) Ferrari menu's.

The menu measures approximately 6.5 x 9 inches and folds open to twice that size.

Ferrari Print Number 508/88, issued in 1988.

Excellent condition !

Only 1 available.

1988 Enzo Ferrari 90th Birthday Menu 1988 508/88

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Enrica HE14 - Ferrari 250 LM Scale Model

Enrica HE14 - Ferrari 250 LM Scale Model

Enrica HE14 - Ferrari 250 LM Scale Model.

Here we have an ultra rare model... made in an even so rare scale... 1/14th to be precise....

It was made in the 1980 - 1990's by Paolo Tron from Milano, Italy in a very small edition of which most are locked up for life in collections.

Paolo called the series "Enrica", after his wife.

The detailing is simply stunning!

It is a BIG and HEAVY model with its 30 cm (12 inches) in length and some 1.3 KG in weight!

It is hand numbered 104 on the bottom plate.

Complete and undamaged.

A VERY rare opportunity to acquire a highly desirable "Enrica HE14" model!

Only 1 available.

Enrica HE14 - Ferrari 250 LM Scale Model

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Ferrari Enzo Documents Pouch

Ferrari Enzo Documents Pouch

Ferrari Enzo Documents Pouch.

This is a SUPER rare manuals & documents pouch for the Enzo Ferrari.

As far as we know, only a VERY small surplus of these pouches was produced and they are so rare that they don't carry a parts number in Ferrari's parts system and consequently can NOT be ordered from the factory.

The pouch is black with a red flap which carries a chrome-plated prancing horse.

New and unused.

Only 1 available.

Price on request through THIS LINK.

Ferrari Enzo Documents Pouch

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1927 - 1932 Alfa Romeo 6C 1500 / 1750 / 1900 Pistons Conrods Big-End Bearings

1927 - 1932 Alfa Romeo 6C 1500 / 1750 / 1900 Pistons, Conrods & Big-End Bearings

This is a vintage 1927 - 1932 set of 6 connecting rods, 6 big-end bearings and 6 pistons from an Alfa Romeo 6C 1900.

The conrods and bearings will fit all three models, the pistons are for the 1900 but can be machined down to fit the 6C1750 as well but won't fit the 1500.

I acquired this set from a 6C1900 owner who is extensively modifying his engine and sold this set to fund the modifications.

Please note that this is ONLY available as a set (it won't be broken up!) and that I preferably would sell this of a 6C1500 / 6C1750 / 6C1900 owner to keep his (or her!) car running.

The 6C series was of course extensively raced under leadership of a young Enzo Ferrari.

Only 1 set available.

1927 - 1932 Alfa Romeo 6C 1500 / 1750 / 1900 Pistons, Conrods & Big-End Bearings

TA1998
October 1998 Ferrari Norme Generali Sicurezza E Igiene

October 1998 Ferrari Norme Generali Sicurezza E Igiene

October 1998 Ferrari Norme Generali Sicurezza E Igiene.

This is an original "Ferrari Internal" booklet with general rules regarding safety an hygiene which applied to all workers within Ferrari.

It was issued in October 1998 and contains an extract of the most important rules in this field that workers had to adhere to.

It deals with the handling of tools, screens but goes even into as much detail as on how to handle compressed air.

As this is a 100% internal document which was never intended to end up outside the Ferrari organization, it does not carry a print number but is marked "TA - Ottobre 1998" on the back cover.

The booklet is DIN-A5 size (some 15 x 21 cm or 6 x 8 inches) and counts 45 pages.

It appears to be be in unused condition.

Such internal items are EXTREMELY rare and hardly ever come to market.

Only 1 available.

October 1998 Ferrari Norme Generali Sicurezza E Igiene