Only once a year do we celebrate Enzo Ferrari Day, a full 24 hours dedicated to the Italian automotive icon. Enzo was born February 18, 1898, and after the Ferrari family’s carpentry business went belly up he became a test driver for Alfa Romeo. From there, Enzo went on to create some of the most iconic racing and sports cars of all time.
Experiencing time behind the wheel of the Maranello-built cars is reserved for a relative few, but the visual experience is shared by all who have spent time looking at cars over the years. Ferrari’s designs have a wide breadth of style, from the curvaceous pontoon-fendered 250 Testa Rossa to the wedge-profile of the 308.
This 1960 Berlinetta is a great example of Ferrari style.
Which is your favorite? Of all the cars wearing the Cavallino badge, which one stops you in your tracks so you can appreciate it fully? Let us know in by leaving a comment below.