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Evolution of Ferrari Ferriana

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Evolution of Ferrari Ferriana The popular brand in the world of cars called FERRARI was initiated by Enzo Ferrari. In 1959 he revealed four cylinder 850 cc engine. One of the popular movies "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" used replica of Ferrari 250. Replica companies were also shut down for using Ferrari logos.

First supercar, also called 250 GTO led to GTO/64 of which 39 cars were successfully built. The 250GT's SOHC V-12 was resembled to the attribute of black crinkle paint on its tiny valve cover.

A prototype appeared in 1961 Turin Automobile show after some false starts. Mille, the small fastback's lines were drawn by the then rising Bertone star Giorgetto Giugiaro. Some experts knew that Maranello was responsible for the twin Weber, 96 barrel horse power one liter engine. A miniature Ferrari immitation was des igned by Giotto Bizzarini.

Ferrari had no plans to proceed somewhere despite the risk of possible dangers. He then sought other partners for continuing the purpose. And the time came when his well known legendary showmanship worked. Exactly one year later, the little car launched at Turin, called Ferrari ASA 1000GT, sponsored by well known racing drives - ingegnere Bizzarini and a corporate sponsor.

Production models finally entered in 1964 after some false starts. U.S. sports automotive markets then took interest in special little sports cars. The American Ferrari distributor of one time, Luigi Chinetti offered the little berlinetta at a price of $ 6200. At this time the sports car were offered at unrealistic prices. During the same period of time Chevrolet 427 Corvette used to be sold at $ 4500.

Sales also used to be weak at some times, as such an overbored alloy Competizione version, called the Berlinetta 411. Prices were then drastically reduced. Around fifty to seventy-five ASA 1000GTs, including a few fiberglass-bodied convertibles were built in total. Thirty two found American homes and registration from the total amount. The whole venture folded ingnomiously by the year of 1967.

Finally in 2008, due to the tubular , independent front suspension and full four wheel disc brakes handling, Ferrari sports cars has been much more acceptable than previous.

Ferrari "Ferrariana", was launched at not appropriate time as in its competition Detroit's 60's "Muscle Cars", a powerful and less expensive car was also launched.

by FW Editor

Tags: auto, evolution, ferrari, ferriana

Category: Automotive  - ( Automotive Archive)

Date Added: 19 January '10

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