The Ferrari of Los Gatos Story

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.

This blog tells the story of Ferrari of Los Gatos and corresponds with a book that is a work in progress. If you have a Ferrari of Los Gatos memory, please share it here.

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Below you’ll find the first post to start the Ferrari of Los Gatos story.

Exciting Update on the FLG Story

You may be wondering what’s up with my book about Ferrari of Los Gatos, as I haven’t posted many stories on my blog recently. For the last couple of months, I’ve been focused on finalizing my book proposal and getting the book ready for agents and publishers. After attending the Writers Digest Conference in New […]

Rear view of Jim Ciardella's Ferrari 308 GTSi

A Handful of Awesome Ferraris Fit for a King

Three Kings met, with historical results: King Leopold requested it, Enzo Ferrari built it, Pinin Farina styled it. This blog post is a reprint of a story written by Alan Boe that appeared in VeloceToday.com. Royalty and expensive motorcars just seem to go together. You know the types…Park Ward Rolls-Royces, Grosser Mercedes, and stretched limousines […]