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Brian Burnett and Richard Rivoir had a dream. They wanted to sell Ferrari’s. The Silicon Valley business they started in 1976 became the best-known Ferrari dealership in the world.
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Rueben picked up and delivered cars for Ferrari of Los Gatos. He was there every day when the business opened and when it closed. If he wasn’t at the dealership, he was on the road driving one of the fastest cars in the world. The Ferrari Daytona’s and Spyder’s he drove had 12-cylinder engines and […]
The oldest Ferrari with an undisputed pedigree in existence today is Serial Number 002C. The second Ferrari 159 model built in 1947, it was rebuilt in 1948 as a Ferrari 166 Spyder Corsa and is currently the oldest remaining Ferrari. Story by Pete Vack, VeloceToday.com Photos by Alan Boe unless otherwise noted The 1947 Ferrari […]