Algar Ferrari of Philadelphia
When you walk in you are greeted by a rug that is identical to a Ferrari Badge. You look to your left, and see a mid 90’s Silver Jaguar XJ220. Look to your right, you see a Red (notice I’m speaking in English) Ferrari F430, Ferrari’s entry level car. Right behind the F430 and you see the star of Bad Boys 2. No, not Will Smith or Martin Lawrence, but a Silver 575M Ferrari. Then there is another 575M in Black. The star of Magnum P. I. is also there: a Red Ferrari 308. But (...)
1984 - 1986 Ferrari 288 GTO
Of the many great Ferraris built, the 250 GTO is what many think is the greatest. Exactly 22 years after the first GTO was launched in 1962, Ferrari announced a new model with the legendary GTO badge, the 288 GTO.
The engine was good for 400bhp. Top speed is 190 mph (305 kph). Lightweight materials were used throughout the car. The entire body was made of kevlar, fiberglass and aluminum. But because of safety reasons, the doors were made of steel. The 288’s weight was low at 2550 lbs (1156 (...)