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Italian design house Zagato was featured here recently, when Rare Rides took a look at a reworked Ferrari 348 from 1990. Opinions were mixed, but most found the effort dated and overworked. Today we have a look at another polarizing Zagato Ferrari, this time from the sixties. It’s a 330 GTC from 1967, and it’s […]

The post Rare Rides: A Vintage Zagato-bodied Ferrari 330 From 1967 appeared first on The Truth About Cars.

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By our count, Rare Rides has discussed Italian coach builder Zagato’s works on exactly two occasions. Both those times, boxy red coupes filled the screens of our millions of dear readers. Today, Zagato surfaces once more, this time on a car which is certainly not boxy or red. It’s a very yellow Ferrari 348, with […]

The post Rare Rides: The Very Rare Ferrari 348 Zagato Elaborazione, a Mouthful From 1990 appeared first on The Truth About Cars.

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The Buy/Drive/Burn series has been all about convertibles lately. We started with some $40,000 luxury entries from 2010, then upped the dollar figure with three more from 2009 that asked over $90,000 for the pleasure of their company. Today we step back in time to the year 2001, and spend even more money. The cheapest drop-top […]

The post Buy/Drive/Burn: Super Expensive Convertibles From 2001 appeared first on The Truth About Cars.

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Former Ferrari salesman Robert “Bud” Root is suing Ferrari of Palm Beach for wrongful dismissal, alleging the dealer fired him after he discovered that a Ferrari DEIS tool was being used to roll back odometers. He also claims discrimination due to his old age. Root’s claim states that Ferrari’s Italian headquarters has been producing and […]

The post Lawsuit Claims Ferrari Approved Odometer Rollbacks appeared first on The Truth About Cars.

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FCA and Ferrari boss Sergio Marchionne said that he would love to see Alfa Romeo returning to the Formula 1 Championship with its own team, provided that they are never, ever as good as Scuderia Ferrari. Instead of being a genuine F1 contender, he imagines Alfa as the junior varsity team designed to condition future talent for […]

The post Sergio Marchionne Wants Alfa Romeo Back in F1, Provided It Never Outshines Ferrari appeared first on The Truth About Cars.

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Though it may seem hard to believe, we’re only a month away from celebrating the 50th anniversary of the start of the Wedge Era in automotive designs. To those of us who still think of the Countach as a sharp enough design to be considered cutting edge, this is a sad reality. Yet the prototype […]

The post Wedge Wonders – the Influence of the Angular Era in Automotive Design appeared first on The Truth About Cars.

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Our recent Rare Rides entry on the Bugatti EB110 quickly sussed out a couple of mid-90s competitors in the comments section. Today, we’ll visit the trio and pick one to take home. An entrant each from France, England, and Italy; all of them failures in their own right. Which big money flop will it be? […]

The post Buy/Drive/Burn: Supercar Failures of the 1990s appeared first on The Truth About Cars.

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Ferrari has filed a patent application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for a “device for the amplification of the intake sound” of an internal combustion engine. The system is a little different than the “Active Sound Design” populating many of today’s modern performance vehicles — a setup that involves piping in engine noises via […]

The post Ferrari Seeks Patent for Elaborate Intake Amplification System appeared first on The Truth About Cars.

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Ferrari plans to launch two limited-edition supercars using the Monza formula and name. The open-topped pair are said to have “the most powerful engine Maranello has ever built.” That’s a 810-horsepower, 6.5-liter V12, according to the automaker’s September press announcement. We imagine it’s the same unit currently residing in the 812 Superfast. As you might imagine, […]

The post Retro Chic: Ferrari Dusts Off the Monza Name for Limited-edition SP1 and SP2 appeared first on The Truth About Cars.

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Sergio Marchionne added another CEO title to his résumé yesterday, taking control of Ferrari, where the Fiat-Chrysler head already served as chairman. He replaces former CEO Amedeo Felisa, who retired after 26 years with the company. Felisa remains on the independent automaker’s board of directors, where he will serve as a technical advisor. Marchionne now has […]

The post Sergio Takes the Helm at Ferrari; Confirms Record Profits and a LaFerrari Spider appeared first on The Truth About Cars.

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