This Prince Bernhard Ferrari, a true one-of-a-kind masterpiece, came with Pinin Farina coachwork. The car arrived in the U.S. in 1969, and has been here with various collectors ever since. For many years it was part of TV producer Greg Garrison's impressive Ferrari collection.
Photo: Alan Boe
When Enzo Ferrari began building cars under his own name in 1947 he built racecars, satisfying a pent up desire he harbored through the war years to return to competition on his own terms as soon as possible following the hostilities. To those who knew him, this was not unexpected since Ferrari had been involved in motor racing all his adult life going back to the 1920s, first as a driver and then as a successful team manager running Alfa…
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