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We Are Ferraris Buyer : The Ferrari is one of the top classic cars and vintage car dealers all over the country are looking for Ferraris in any shape. The team at Gullwing Motor Cars, one of the top dealers of classic cars in New York, is interested in you Ferrari. It doesnt matter if your vehicle is in perfect shape or if it has been sitting in the garage for years, we want to give you top dollar for your vehicle. Additionally, if you know someone with one of these classic European cars, we offer finders fees.
For more than 30 years, Peter Kumar from Gullwing Motor Cars has been one of the top vintage car dealers in the area. He has purchased many classic cars in New York, but is ready to purchase your classic European cars from any location in the U.S. You can rest assured that you are selling your vehicle to one of the best buyers of classic cars in the country.
We love classic Ferraris. Thats why were always looking to buy your classic Ferrari, in any condition! Whether its fully restored, or a little banged up, were interested in buying! Interested in finding your cars value? Give us a call today!
Do you have a classic Ferrari 308 in storage? How about a fully-restored Ferrari 365? Give us a call today. Not only do we offer top-dollar pricing, but well pay the finders fee, making the selling process easy and enjoyable. Do you know somebody with a Ferrari that they are looking to sell? Point them in the direction of Gullwing Motors, New Yorks leading Ferrari buyer! From the Ferrari 166 MM to the Ferrari 328, and everything in between, well buy! Whatever the condition of your Ferrari, give us a call. Remember, well pay the finders fee! Choose Gullwing Motors for all of your buying and selling classic car needs!
History & Specifications of Ferrari
Ferrari was founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1947 originally to compete with his former employers at Alfa Romeo. After working with Alfa Romeo in the early 20th century, Enzo felt that he was being held back by their restrictive racing team. His first effort to compete with them was the 125 Sport, a car that was a collaboration of Enzo's powerful V12 engine and beautiful bodywork by Batista Farina. In typical Italian fashion, the two had contrasting views on how to build the car. Enzo always built the engine first chassis second and wanted his car dressed like a well tailored suit. Where Batista compared it to dressing a beautiful lady and wanted to emphasize the cars beautiful lines. Initially Ferrari only built road cars to fund their racing efforts. Because of this other marquees like Maserati, Porsche, and Jaguar were able to pull ahead in fit and finish with there cars. It was at this point that one of the giants of the auto industry, Henry Ford II, offered to help the struggling firm. Enzo declined and what would follow is one of the most infamous rivalries at Le Mans.
Enzo eventually turned to Italian auto maker Fiat. He sold 50% of the company to Fiat but maintained control over his racing team. Upon Enzo's death in 1988 40% of the shares went to Fiat and 10% to his son Piero Lardi Ferrari. The Ferrari 365GTB/4, also known as the Daytona, was the first car produced by the two. With 350 BHP and a top speed of 171 mph the Daytona was Grand Tourer in the grandest of sense. To celebrate Ferrari's 40th anniversary the F40 was conceived. This engine with a seat attached to it was the purist form of motoring one could buy at the time. Using exotic materials like Kevlar and carbon fiber to construct the body made the car lighter than your average family sedan with more than three times the power. The F40 will hold a special place in the hearts of those at Ferrari as it was the last car to receive the stamp of approval by Enzo Ferrari. Enzo passed away a little more than a year after the F40 was unveiled. The legend that Enzo left behind is enough to solidify Ferrari as one of the most prized brand names in the world.
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