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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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Below you’ll find the first post to start the Ferrari of Los Gatos story.
All old Ferraris have a story to tell but most never get the words out. That, however, is not the case with the magnificent little 166 MM Touring-bodied barchetta, s/n 0010 M, which had its story told twice in Cavallino and in the September 1996 edition of Classic and Sports Cars. It’s worth another […]
When recounting the story of one of Ferrari’s earliest models, the 166 series of coupes, cabriolets and barchettas, names such as Carrozzeria Touring and Vignale play an important part. Theirs was the job of providing coachwork for most of the early two-liter Ferraris. This reprint is based on a story written by Alan Boe that […]