After passing through the vendors and seeing a variety of rare cars, we found our way towards the back of a concrete stretch and out into an open field, which contained practically every type of Ferrari you can imagine.
We had stepped into a sea of Ferraris, both classic and current. There isn’t much one can say about such an experience. It was an honor to be amongst some of the greatest cars ever produced.
The Ferrari F40, a late 80’s/early 90’s product designed to celebrate Ferrari’s 40th anniversary. One of few vehicles which can stand out alongside any 2013 design and draw attention. It’s wide, its loud, and has a presence that is unmatched.
I have seen the Ferrari Dino before at local classic events, but I have never seen such a lineup. Every one of these cars were unique and immaculate with attention to detail in every aspect, and the colors were absolutely gorgeous.
From all the older designs, I have come to really appreciate the Ferrari Dino. It is an amazing car with an interesting history, which I suggest you research if you are into that kind of thing.
Preston Henn, owner of this 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Competizione Speciale and the previously posted gorgeous FXX. He not only has exceptional taste for collecting Ferraris but also founded the Fort Lauderdale Swap Shop in 1963. Hard work pays off folks.
Speaking of the FXX…
All in all, we had a great time and met some amazing people. The Ferrari heritage is second to none, and having a chance to visit the Cavallino Classic was an absolute honor.
Considering seeing a Ferrari F50 leaving a beach front resort isn’t something you experience every day.