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1956 Ferrari 290 MM

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Spyder
Designer: Scaglietti

Chassis Num: 0628
Engine Num: 0628 M

Ferrari's 3.5-liter V12 290MM made its reputation in the 1956 Mille Miglia won by Gino Castellotti. This 290 MM Ferrari placed second in the same race driven by Peter Collins with photographer Louis Klemantaski as his passenger recording the 1000 mil....[continue reading]

Spyder
Designer: Scaglietti

Chassis Num: 0626

After losing out to Mercedes-Benz in the 1955 World Sportscar Championship, Ferrari recognized that it needed a more powerful car for 1956 and, at the suggestion of engineer Vittorio Jano, returned to its tried-and-trusted 320 horsepower, 3490cc V12 ....[continue reading]

Spyder
Chassis #: 0628 
Spyder
Chassis #: 0626 

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