1988 Ferrari 412: The Atypical Tipo F101
Boxy is beautiful, just ask Pininfarina.
The Bad Boys’ 964 has nothing on the real-deal cop Porsche.
This privateer prototype epitomizes 1970s style.
Continuing a road racing history, one thousand miles at a time.
From cardboard to composites, this man has been building Ferrari Formula 1 scale models for most of his life, whether in his childhood room or for the wind tunnel in Maranello.
Borrani all but defined the center-lock wheel in the early days, and those traditions of handmade excellence and artfulness live on today.
A shared family passion for Ferrari is the driving force behind this amazing workshop.