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Gaston Andrey Motorsports has been buying and selling the Ferrari Supercars 288 GTO, F40, F50 , Enzo and La Ferrari  since their debut. Call today for assistance

The 288 GTO was developed by the factory specifically for entry in Group B, and as such, 200 road cars were required in order to homologate it for competition. The series was canceled. Ferrari elected to sell the GTO to their most loyal customers and 272 examples were built. Bodywork material was new and lighter Steel was used just for the doors because major body panels were made from molded fiberglass. Kevlar was used for the hood, and the roof was made from Kevlar and carbon fiber. Retained from the original 250 GTO were slanted air vents, put in the GTO's rear fenders to cool the brakes, as well as the rear wing's design, borrowed from the 250 GTO's original wing. The GTO's 2855 cc Turbo engine was mounted longitudinally. 

The F40 was built to celebrate Ferrari’s 40th anniversary. The year 1987 was big for Enzo Ferrari, he celebrated his 90th birthday, but, more importantly to him, it was also 40 years since he built his first car. The Ferrari F40 was the last Maranello road car to be engineered under Enzo Ferrari’s direct leadership and remains one of the most celebrated high-performance supercars ever built. The Ferrari F40 was built from 1987 to 1992, with the LM and GTE race versions continued production until 1994 and 1996. The F40 body was designed by Leonardo Fioravanti and Pietro Camardella of Pininfarina. Nicola Materazzi, the engineer who designed engine, gearbox and other mechanical parts of the car and had previously designed the bodywork of the 288 GTO Evoluzione, from which the F40 takes many styling cues from. The body was an entirely new design by featuring panels made of Kevlar, carbon fiber and aluminum for strength and low weight.

Ferrari’s 50th anniversary, the F50 was the closest thing to a road-going Formula 1 car the company had ever built. The F50 was unveiled at the 1995 Geneva Salon, Ferrari stated that only 349 examples would be produced. There were more generous choices of colors on the F50, two different shades of red, yellow, black and silver.


F50 took this crossover technology to the limit, a composite construction monocoque chassis, and used the engine, derived from that of the 1990 Formula One car, as a stressed member.  The transmission and rear suspension were mounted directly to the engine forming the last section of the car.

Ferrari for the 2003 model year. The F1-inspired exterior styled by Pininfarina, and employs much of the technology developed for Ferrari's F1 cars. Production was strictly limited to 399 units, officially available in only red, black and yellow.  The main surfaces were unadorned carbon-fibre while the steering wheel bristled with vehicle control buttons and switches like a Formula 1 car. Enzo’s engine was a completely new 65° V12 that drew on Ferrari’s F1 technology with a maximum power output of 660 hp. The Enzo’s braking system was specifically developed for it by Brembo and featured CCM (Carbon-Ceramic Material) discs, the first time these had been used on a Ferrari car. 

The new La Ferrari, presented in world preview at the Geneva Motor Show 2013, will be the first Maranello car to fit a hybrid-electric engine system called HY-KERS, to which Magneti Marelli will contribute its electric engines. Ferrari V12 6.3-l aspirated combustion engine with 800 HP, running on gasoline, and of an electric part developed with Magneti Marelli, consisting of two electric engines capable of delivering together a peak power of 960 HP to the rear wheels only through a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. One of just 120 produced for the U.S. market and 500 worldwide. Ferrari Styling Center Chief Flavio Manzoni applied his considerable wind-tunnel experience to finalizing the car’s otherworldly exterior shape and myriad aerodynamic details. The car’s central structure is a carbon-fiber cocoon composed of four different weaves of carbon-fiber cloth, hand-laminated into molds before baking in the Ferrari Formula 1 facility’s own ovens.


The La Ferrari Aperta was released in 2016. 120 units were produced of this topless beauty.

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