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1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 vs. 1970 Lamborghini Espada

Why underrated Espada and 365 GTC/4 offer all the glorious V12 thrills of their exotic brethren for a fraction of the price. Lamborghini’s Espada and Ferrari’s 365 GTC/4 have long existed in the shadow of more exalted siblings. Richard Heseltine says it’s time they received greater recognition.

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‘The Espada continues to pull on the heartstrings and remains my favourite Lamborghini. The Ferrari 365 GTC/4 appeals for different reasons, a true GT from a time before the term became shorthand for a track-orientated blunt instrument.’ Richard compares two thoroughbred underdogs: turn to pages
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1977 Ferrari 308 GTB Vetroresina with a fully glassfibre body by Scaglietti

Lightweight and rare, the short-lived 308 GTB Vetroresina is the only plastic-bodied road car ever made by Ferrari. How special does it feel to drive?

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1964 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso

Bill Collins bought his 250 Lusso five decades ago and has cherished it ever since. Robert Coucher finds out more about its celebrity connections.

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1961 Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 Series II

Cruising the Cotswolds in a group of glorious 250GTEs brings to the fore the appeal of Ferrari’s first series-production 2+2

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Ex-Miles Davis 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 NART Spider

The Ferrari NART Spyder is one of the rarest of rare Ferraris — a valued collectible today yet an orphan car back in the day.

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1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB 'Breadvan'

A car built out of revenge, the infamous Breadvan attempted to beat Ferrari’s 250 GTO at its own game. We recount a back story that’s every bit as extraordinary as its design.

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1963 Ferrari 250 GT Allegretti - sensational evocation of Drogo’s classic

With distinct 250 GTO vibes, this Ferrari is in some ways even more exotic. We get behind the wheel of a 250 GT-based reincarnation of a famous Drogo-bodied Ferrari 250 GTO.

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1972 Ferrari 365 GTS/4 Daytona Spider

Fioravanti on the ultra-rare convertible. Few cars are as sexy as a Ferrari Daytona, even more so in Spider form. Massimo Delbò finds out why designer Leonardo Fioravanti was so surprised to see it go topless.

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1997 Ferrari 456GT

Chronic car-swapper Kev Ponsford is always looking for the next best thing. Will a day driving his dream Ferrari 456GT convince him it’s time to settle down?

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2023 Ferrari SF90 Stradale Assetto Fiorano - what do 1000 hybrid horses feel like?

With its 1000hp powertrain, the SF90 hybrid is the most potent road car Ferrari has ever made. We strap ourselves into the Assetto Fiorano version and experience a world of true extremes.

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1989 Ferrari 348 ts vs 1994 F355 GTS

Surely it’s not fair to compare the notoriously lambasted Ferrari 348 with its lauded successor, the F355? But could it be that the former is simply misunderstood – and maybe offers something that’s missing from its illustrious successor?

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1964 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso

Any list of the greatest cars ever has to include a Ferrari 250 GT. Trouble is, almost all are stratospherically expensive, up to and including the world’s most valuable car, the 250 GTO. Within our £1.5 million price cap, there’s a choice of just two 250 GTs: the GTE 2+2 or the GT Lusso. Considering it’s possibly the most beautiful Ferrari ever made, the GT Lusso seems unfairly undervalued. In fact, we’d go as far as to say it’s our favourite road-going Ferrari GT of all time.

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1990 Ferrari Testarossa Series 2 Type F110

What if, having reached the summit of Mount Everest – after all that effort and personal sacrifice – Sir Edmond Hillary simply turned to Tenzig Norgay and shrugged his shoulders nonchalantly. It is a bit of a stretch to equate the scaling of Mt Everest to the purchase of your dream supercar; however, This was Spencer Mcleans quandary. After working diligently toward his goal for years, he found himself sitting in his dream-specification Aston Martin –dark blue with cream leather – feeling underwhelmed.

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2023 Ferrari 296 GTB F171

With its V6 hybrid powerplant, the Ferrari 296 GTB marks a whole new approach from Maranello. 830hp and a short wheelbase lead Ferrari to claim this is the most fun-to-drive car in its range. But is it? We’re about to find out – on road and track.

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