If you are an Italian enthusiast who wasn’t able to attend this year’s Ferrari Cavalcade Classiche, Marchettino captured some amazing footage to fill the void. This year’s event was attended by 70 owners from around the world. Many historically significant cars that attended included the second production model ever made, the 1947 Ferrari 125S owned by Jim Glickenhaus. As a perfect contrast, it wasn’t far away from the latest LaFerrari Aperta. A tour of the museum was followed by a few parade laps around Fiorano, with the powerful V12s begging to run free.
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We thought we had seen everything at the Mondiali in Daytona, but nothing beats a homecoming of heroes. With pristine examples of the Ferrari 250, 275, 365, some Berlinettas, Barchettas and Spiders, this gathering had something for everyone. Marchettino estimates over 3 Million Euros worth of cars were in attendance, and our estimates are even higher. The logistics of moving so many priceless cars can be stressful, so we hope everyone made it home without a scratch. He has high-quality microphones, so turn up your speakers for this one. If you want in on the action, check out our pre-owned Ferrari for sale, & stay with us for more Ferrari Footage.
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