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Ferrari 599 HGTE - FCA 50th Anniversary Ltd Ed 1:43 by Fujimi

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One Lap of North America - 50 Anni di Passione - FCA Special Edition model by Fujimi in 1:43 scale of the Ferrari 599 HGTE that crossed North America. Issued in conjunction with the Ferrari Club of America - FCA - Annual gathering, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. FCA's 50th Anniversary.  

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Piloti, Che Gente by Enzo Ferrari and Other Presentation Books

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Enzo Ferrari authored several books over his career. These books were, but for rare exceptions, never sold through retail outlets, but rather gifted or "presented" to friends and associates of Ferrari. Though the book "Piloti, Che Gente" was actually one of those rare exceptions and was indeed sold in retail outlets throughout the world and even translated and issued in several English editions, this particular copy was presented by Enzo Ferrari to a prominent Ferrari Club of America official at the time. This particular copy is the Revised & Extended Third Edition, it is also the Second Italian Edition from December...

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The Schumacher Years 1:18 Scale Hotwheels

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2 of Michael Schumacher's championship winning Ferraris, the F1 2000 and the F-2002. All models are Hotwheels by Mattel, 1:18 scale die-cast.

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Ferrari 612 Scaglietti Presentation Press Kit & Brochure (1981/03)

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Extremely unusual Press Kit and preview Brochure. Presented in a luxurious aluminum box, on a velvet background, with slipcase. Multiple pages with technical specifications and features of the car. Several additional cards present photos of the car and its interior. Ferrari Factory Publication Number 1981/03  

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Ferrari Dino 166 P 1:24 Slot Car Body (?) 1:24

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Appears to be a slot car or a motorize-able body of a Ferrari Dino 166 P, unknown manufacturer, approximately 1:24 scale, plastic. Estimated circa late '60s to mid '80s. Slot body or just a motorize-able  kit?

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