Rare 2001 Ferrari 550 Barchetta Is A Majestic Black Stallion

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Only 448 of these open-top Ferrari 550s were ever made.

All Ferraris are highly collectible automotive masterpieces regardless of what era you’re into, and this rare 2001 Ferrari 550 Barchetta Pininfarina is a perfect example of that. Introduced in 2001 to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Pininfarina, the Ferrari 550 Barchetta was a rare roadster with only 448 units being built, and this one that will be up for grabs during RM Sotheby’s Online Only: Driving into Summer auction is the 375th example built.

The 550 Barchetta Pininfarina was developed as a roadster version of the 550 Maranello coupe, and it continued the legacy of front-engine, V12 Ferraris with a 5.5-liter V12 mounted under the hood. Similar to past Ferrari Barchetta models, the 550 was only equipped with a rudimentary soft top to be used sparingly in the case of a sudden rain

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Ferrari SF90 Stradale To Star In Remake Of Famous 1970s French Street Racing Film

A sequel to one of the greatest automotive films.

Although there will be no F1 race in Monaco this weekend, because the 2020 Monaco Grand Prix was canceled due to the recent COVID-19 events, there will still be the shriek of a Ferrari on the streets of this hallowed circuit. Ferrari is planning to film a sequel to one of the great car films of all time, “C’était Un Rendez-Vous”, on the street circuit at Monaco, which represents the first French file shoot since the start of the pandemic lockdown. 

Ferrari F1 driver Charles Leclerc will drive the new SF90 hybrid supercar on the closed F1 circuit at Monaco. The SF90 is Ferrari’s latest engineering marvel and represents the brand’s first mass-produced hybridized product. Seeing Leclerc behind the wheel at an empty Monaco will certainly be an interesting sight. 

See The First Teasers:

If you’re not familiar with the brilliant

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Watch Bugatti Veyron Get A Special Application Of Ferrari Paint

It looks great and is easy to change back to the original look.

The folks at DK Engineering generally specialize in Ferraris, so its Bugatti Veyron needs to have at least a little link to the Prancing Horse. The company sent the supercar to Topaz Detailing to undergo an interesting process to make the exterior Ferrari Blu Abu Dhabi.

This isn’t simply a repaint. Instead, Topaz Detailing uses its TopazSkin system that’s similar to a wrap but uses actual automotive paint. There’s a special base coat, and then the desired color goes over the top.

If the owner ever wants to, the material tears off. In this case, it would expose the original combination of champagne and silver. The two-tone color scheme is far more understated than the new shade of blue.

The Veyron Was One Of The Most Important Cars Of Its Era:

After applying TopazSkin, the company

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Bagged 1991 Ferrari 348 TS: Hot Or Not?

…and it’s for sale on Facebook for $59,000.

Air suspension has become increasingly popular over the years, and it seems like there is no slowing down. Not only is it mainly used on those draggin’ mini trucks to get that perfected slammed look, air suspension can be found across the board in all automotive categories in custom builds such as restomods, motorcycles, and now, exotics. Of course, car builds were meant to suit each individual car owner and their own particular tastes. But – we must ask – when has it gone too far in your own personal opinion? Would you buy a Ferrari on air bags? This bagged 1991 Ferrari 348 TS is for sale.

A 1991 Ferrari 348 TS sitting on air suspension

Here we have a 1991 Ferrari 348 TS that sits on a custom Air Ride setup that was listed for sale on Facebook in the group Bagged Trucks For Sale or Trade

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