Ferrari 166 Spyder Corsa 166 Mille Miglia Coupe 166 Mille Miglia Spyder 166 Inter 166 Sport Memorabilia1947 1948 1949 1950
Ferrari 166 Memorabilia
Vintage 1949 Le Mans 24 Hours Handbill.
These flyers were handed out at the race to spectators to show them around the track.
Scarce as most of them did not survive the race.
VERY good condition for its age.
The 1949 edition was the very first post WW2 24 Heures du Mans and it was won by Luigi Chinetti (with Lord Selsdon) in their Ferrari 166 MM Touring Barchetta S/N 0008MM with a total of 235 laps to their name.
The second Ferrari that was entered was the Ferrari 166 MM Touring Barchetta S/N 0010M of Jean Lucas & "Ferret" (Pierre Louis Dreyfus) which crashed out of the race after 53 laps.
For the full results of this race, please see 24 Heures du Mans results 1949.
Only 1 available.
Vintage 1949 Le Mans 24 Hours Flyer
Vintage 1949 photo of Ferrari 166 MM Touring Barchetta S/N 0008M after winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
This photo shows the being driven back to the garage after winning the 1949 running of the 24 Heures du Mans.
The car in question is the Ferrari 166 MM Touring Barchetta S/N 0008M which now seems to reside in the USA.
The photo measures some 5.7 x 3.25 inches and is in excellent condition.
The back carries the photographer's stamp.
This is a vintage print, i.e. printed shortly after the original image was captured on film.
Vintage 1949 photo of Ferrari 166 MM Touring Barchetta S/N 0008M after winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans
1949 Photo of Luigi Villoresi on Ferrari 166MM S/N 0016M at the GP Luxembourg.
This is a fantastic shot of Luigi Villoresi on May 26 at the start of the 1949 Grand Prix de Luxembourg in the factory entered Ferrari 166 MM, S/N 0016M.
Luigi would go on to win the race.
It was only the car's second race and it seems to be residing in Argentina nowadays.
It measures some 9.5 x 6 inches (24 x 17.5 cm), is glossy black & white and appears to be a more recent print.
Only 1 available.
1949 Photo of Luigi Villoresi on Ferrari 166MM S/N 0016M at the GP Luxembourg
1949 Photo of on Ferrari 166MM S/N 0016M at the GP Luxembourg.
This is a fantastic shot of Luigi Villoresi on May 26 en route to victory in the 1949 Grand Prix de Luxembourg in the factory entered Ferrari 166 MM, S/N 0016M.
Only 1 available.
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
Vintage 1950 photo of Ferrari 166 MM Touring Barchetta S/N 0010M.
This photo was shot at the 1950 6 Hours Sam Collier Memorial race at Sebring, Florida, USA.
The car in question was previously owned by Scuderia Ferrari who had entered it in the 1949 Mille Miglia and Luigi Chinetti who entered it amongst others in the 1949 24 Heures du Mans.
After Chinetti, it went to Jim Kimberly who was the one who entered it in the race shown here.
Kimberly drove the car together with his mechanic, Marshall Lewis.
The car survives to this day in excellent condition.
The photo measures some 6.5 x 4.5 inches and is in excellent condition.
There are NO references to a possible photographer.
Vintage 1950 photo of Ferrari 166 MM Touring Barchetta S/N 0010M
1950 Photo of Alberto Ascari on Ferrari 166MM S/N 0044M at the Grand Prix of Luxembourg.
This is a fantastic shot of Alberto Ascari en route to victory on May 18 in the 1950 Grand Prix de Luxembourg in the factory entered Ferrari 166 MM, S/N 0044M.
It was the car's maiden race and it seems to be residing in Hong Kong nowadays.
1950 Photo of Alberto Ascari on Ferrari 166MM S/N 0044M at the GP Luxembourg
Vintage 1952 Photo of Ferrari 166 Inter Vignale Coupe S/N 0065S.
This is a vintage photo of Ferrari 166 Inter Vignale Coupe after it had been exported to the USA in 1952.
The car can be seen wearing a 1952 New Jersey license plate which is somewhat contradictory to the "official history" of the car which lists it as having been exported to Florida.
The car had previously been entered in the 1951 Mille Miglia, which it didn't finish, and although it appears to be in pretty good nick on the photo, closer inspection shows it to be somewhat battered.
Nowadays the cars seems to be residing in Italy again.
The photo measures some 12.5 x 10.5 cm (or 5 x 4 inches) and is in more than excellent condition for its age.
Vintage 1952 Photo of Ferrari 166 Inter Vignale Coupe S/N 0065S
Vintage 1953 Photo of Giulio Musitelli on Ferrari 166 MM Abarth S/N 0262M at the Targa Florio.
This is a vintage 1953 photo of the Abarth-bodied Ferrari 166MM of Giulio Musitelli being towed back onto the road after an off into a field during the 1953 Targa Florio which he would still finish in 21st place.
The car, S/N 0262M, was originally delivered as a Vignale Spyder in March 1953 but quickly rebodied as a Spider by Abarth for the May 1953 Targa Florio (its maiden race).
In 1954 it was again rebodied, this time by Scaglietti and again as a Spyder.
In recent years it has been brought back to its Abarth body style again.
It seems to reside in the USA now.
The photo measures some 4 x 3 inches or 10 x 7 cm and is in excellent condition. The back carries the stamp of Randazzo in Palermo, Italy along with some penciled annotations.
Vintage 1953 Photo of Giulio Musitelli on Ferrari 166 MM Abarth S/N 0262M at the Targa Florio
Vintage 1953 Photo of the Ferrari 166 MM Autodromo Spider S/N 0272M of Alberico Cacciari at the Gran Premio Supercortemaggiore Merano, September 6, 1953.
This is a vintage 1953 photo of the "in-house" styled Ferrari 166 MM (with finishing touches by Carrozzeria Autodromo) of Alberico Cacciari before the start of the 1953 Gran Premio Supercortemaggiore in Merano, Italy.
The car carried race number 50 but unfortunately failed to finish the race while in 25th position.
The car now seems to reside in the USA.
The photo measures some 5 x 7.5 inches or 13 x 18.25 cm and is in excellent condition. The back carries various stamps along with some penciled annotations.
Vintage 1953 Photo of Ferrari 166 MM Autodromo Spider S/N 0272M at the Gran Premio Supercortemaggiore Merano
Here we have a set of 2 vintage 1970's Polaroid photos of Ferrari 166 Inter Stablimenti Farina Cabriolet S/N 011S.
S/N 011S is the 1949 Geneva Motorshow car and was delivered to famous Italian movie director Roberto Rossellini in March of that year.
The car passed through a number of hands until it ended up with an owner in Massachusetts around 1976. That owner offered it for sale in 1979 and it seems to reside in Nevada since 1984.
Judging by the Massachusetts "Antique" number plate and other photographs that we acquired from the same source, these photos were taken between 1976 and 1979 during a classic car event in the USA.
Although the quality is not that great, one can clearly distinguish several important details and that by this period, the car was no longer in its original "Pea green" livery but red and was missing the front bumper.
Each photo measures some 8 x 8 cm or 3 x 3 inches (standard Polaroid size).
Only 1 set available.
2 Vintage 1970s photos of Ferrari 166 Inter Stablimenti Farina Cabriolet S/N 011S
Cavallino Magazine 44 April May 1988.
Covers, amongst others, the following articles:
NOT available from the publisher anymore (but it is from us)!
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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