For obvious reasons I shall never be able to own or most likely even drive a Ferrari 250 GTO. However that does not stop me from sharing my 250 GTO archive with ClassicDigest readers. Here goes nothing: NART #17 Ferrari 250 GTO Le Mans 1962
It seems world is going crazy over Henry Ruggieri Collection auctioned by Interencheres. Here's a collection of photos taken at the actual place sent to me by a friend working for Interencheres. This is a Continental mk2 becoming natural again
Henry Ruggieri Collection
230CLK Kompressor might be the most modern piece on machinery we ever drove. But to most people it is an emerging classic, a yougtimer if you will. How does it cope with the harsh Nordic winter then? Actually, not half bad! However..
Hi there, I thought some of you might be interested in my little humble E-type project. It’s a series 1 FHC with 4.2 engine and syncro box, of which the latter should make it almost driveable in today's traffic. Here, the beast is featured in its natural habitat, California that is, back in the 80’s
This is part of a French hoarder Henry Ruggieri's highly eclectic collection he used to build up for decades. The collection holds 81 classics and they all were scattered around five different locations, some in a barn some left to rot out on a field. Gue
800.000-1000.000 will buy a nice P400 off-market.