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Vintage 1976 photo of Ferrari 225 Sport Vignale Berlinetta S/N 0152EL.
This is a vintage October 1976 color photo of the Ferrari 225S S/N 0152EL at what looks to be an Italian Ferrari meeting.
In the background there is a Fiat van with Italian license plates and right behind the 225 S are two more classic Ferrari's, one being a 250 PF Coupe carrying racing number 33.
The setting looks to be a race track (Monza?).
Although the photo was printed in October 1976, it was probably taken a little bit earlier in the year. Maybe someone can identify the event and / or the other cars in the picture.
S/N 0152EL was raced extensively throughout its early life, competing in the 1952 Mille Miglia, GP de Monaco, 24 Heures du Mans and the Tour de France Auto.
The photo was taken during the brief ownership of Giuseppe Medici from Reggio Emilia. The car now seems to reside in Brescia, Italy.
The photo measures some 13 x 9 cm or 5 x 3.5 inches and is in mint condition. There are NO references to the photographer.
This is a vintage print, i.e. printed shortly after the original image was captured on film.
Only 1 available.
Vintage 1976 photo of Ferrari 225 Sport Vignale Berlinetta S/N 0152EL
Vintage 1952 photograph of Ferrari 225 Sport Vignale Berlinetta S/N 0164ED at the Prix de Monaco.
This is a vintage June 1952 photo of Andre Simon and Jean Lucas en route to a 4th place overall in the 1952 Prix de Monaco for Sports Cars.
The car is question is the Mr. Kleber owned 225 Sport Vignale Berlinetta with S/N 0164 ED, a car that survives to this day and seems to reside in a New York collection since the 1980's.
The photo is a bit hazy and measures some 12.5 x 8.5 cm or 5 x 3.5 inches and carries NO references to the possible photographer.
It is in good condition for its age but, as mentioned, a bit hazy.
This is a vintage photo, i.e. it was printed shortly after the image was captured on film.
Vintage 1952 photograph of Ferrari 225 Sport Vignale Berlinetta S/N 0164ED at the Prix de Monaco
Vintage 1952 photo of Ferrari 225 Sport Vignale Berlinetta S/N 0164ED.
This is a vintage July 1952 photo of the Ferrari 225S of Mr. Kleber, driven by Jean Lucas to victory in the Sables d'Olonne with race number 112.
It is interesting to see that the car carries the (painted) temporary Italian license plate on the front which reads "BO 11890" which was a carry-over from the previous Italian owner, Franco Bordoni.
This number contradicts other sources which mention "BO 11891".
Somewhere in the mid-1950's the car was exported to the USA where it apparently still resides.
The photo measures some 18 x 13 cm or 7 x 5 inches and is in mint condition for its age. There are NO references to the photographer.
Vintage 1952 photo of Ferrari 225 Sport Vignale Berlinetta S/N 0164ED
Vintage 1952 Photo of Ferrari 225 Sport Vignale Berlinetta 0178ED at the start of the Mille Miglia.
This is a genuine & vintage 1952 photo of the Ferrari 225 Sport Vignale Berlinetta 0178ED of Count Antonio Sterzi before the start of the Mille Miglia in Brescia on May 3, 1952.
If I am not mistaken, we see the Count himself at the wheel in this photo.
Sterzi partnered up with Nino Rovelli for the race but unfortunately the duo didn't make it to the finish line...
Apparently, the car was in a fire in the 1950's after which the engine and body got separated but both survive, albeit in different parts of the world.
The photo measures some 7 x 5 inches (18 x 12.5 cm) and is matt, somewhat Sepia-toned black & white.
It carries NO copyright notice.
This is a vintage 1952 print, i.e. printed shortly after the original image was captured on film.
Vintage 1952 Photo of Ferrari 225 Sport Vignale Berlinetta 0178ED at the start of the Mille Miglia
1952 photo of Ferrari 225 Sport Touring Barchetta S/N 0166ED - Prix de Monaco - Eugenio Castellotti.
This is a shot of Eugenio Castellotti in his privately owned 225S (S/N 0166 ED) en route to second place overall in the 1952 Grand Prix of Monaco which was held that year for Sports Cars instead of F1 cars.
Castellotti sold the car in 1953 to the USA where it still resides after a 7 years break when it resided in France.
The photo measures some 18 x 12.5 cm or 7 x 5 inches and is in mint condition. The back carries the photographer's stamp + some (incorrect) notes.
This appears to be a more modern print.
Vintage 1953 Photo of Ferrari 225 Sport Tuboscocca S/N 0220 ED before the start of the 1953 12 Hours of Sebring.
This is a vintage 1953 photo.
It shows the 225 Sport Vignale Spider of Jim Kimberly.
Jim dropped out of the race with gearbox trouble in lap 95.
In 1964 the car was severely damaged when the shed where it was stored was hit by lightning. The car has consequently been cut up and the remains are allegedly buried under what is now a freeway.
A rare opportunity to acquire a vintage image of this important Vignale Ferrari and which is only scarcely documented.
The photo measures some 10.5 x 7 cm or 4 x 3 inches (excluding the border) and is in mint condition.
It carries NO photographer's stamp on the back.
Vintage 1953 Photo of Ferrari 225 Sport Vignale Spider S/N 0220ED at the 12 Hours of Sebring with Jim Kimberly
Vintage 1952 Le Mans Race Program.
Decent condition for its age with some visible wear & tear to the cover (see pictures).
The design of the 1952 program cover came from world-renowned motorsport artist Geo Ham who opted for the symbolic approach. The place is the the Esses with the major contenders (Jaguar, Aston Martin and Cunningham) storming towards the Tertre Rouge turn in controlled slides...
The race was won by Herrmann Lang and Fritz Riess in their Mercedes Benz 300 SL with a total of 277 laps to their name.
For the full results of this race, please see 24 Heures du Mans results 1952.
Vintage 1952 Le Mans Program Booklet
1960s COLOR photo of Ferrari 225 Sport Vignale Berlinetta S/N 0164ED.
This is a 1960s color photo of the Ferrari 225S when it was residing in California.
It shows the Californian "Black plate" with registration "C1W559".
The photo measures some 8 x 8 cm or 3.5 x 3.5 inches and is in mint condition for its age. The back carries a copyright sticker.
Vintage 1960s color photo of Ferrari 225 Sport Vignale Berlinetta S/N 0164ED
This is the famous 1985 Ferrari Engines Book / Brochure.
Officially called: "Caratterstiche tecniche dei motori Ferrari realizzata dal 1946 al 1985" or "Technical carachteristics of every Ferrari engine built from 1946 to 1985".
An absolutely superb book with a photo of an engine on each and every of its 44 pages.
Comes complete with the original "center fold" which lists 165 different engines for the same period along with their technical specs.
The book has a (printed) foreword by Enzo Ferrari and this Ferrari factory issue was never commercially available.
It measures approximately 12.5 x 9 inches.
Ferrari Print Number 359/85 2M/3/85, issued in 1985, printed in March 1985 by Arbe, Italy.
Mint condition for its age!
Ferrari Engines 1946 - 1985 Book 359/85
Ferrari Sport e Sport-Prototipo / Ferrari Sports-racers and Sports-prototypes book.
This catalog, produced exclusively by the Galleria Ferrari, is illustrated with the designs of the most significant Ferraris of this type, together with a brief description of the technical specifications of each model and details of its racing career, from its introduction to those victories that have helped create the Ferrari legend.
Publishing Date: 2003Text: Italian/EnglishBinding: HardboundPages: 70Size: cms. 18x12COL Pictures: 65
Ferrari Sport e Sport-Prototipo / Ferrari Sports-racers and Sports-prototypes Book
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!
Vintage 1950s Ferrari Coach Built Upholstery Brush
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