After a parade which began at the newly reimagined Boca Raton, Ferrari frenzy hit Palm Beach this past week as thousands of collectors from all continents arrived at The Breakers Palm Beach for the 33rd annual celebration of the Cavallino Classic. The lawns flourished with some of the world’s rarest, most beautiful, and perfectly restored and carefully preserved Ferraris, celebrating the beauty, speed, history, and art of the Ferrari marque. collectors from all continents gathered alongside thousands of experts, enthusiasts, and tastemakers of all ages to celebrate Ferrari’s excellence. Since 1992, the Cavallino Classic has served as the temple of the preservation of Enzo Ferrari’s legacy.

Seen in the crowd were actor and filmmaker Sylvester Stallone, wife Jennifer Flavin and daughter Scarlett Rose, fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger, and Enzo Mattioli Ferrari, the great grandson of Enzo Ferrari.

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1967 Ferrari 412 P #0850, owned by Harry Yeaggy

This model was also known as the P3/4, and was used by Ferrari’s privateer customer teams: N.A.R.T., Scuderia Filippinetti, Ecurie Francorchamps and Maranello Concessionaires. These cars were basically P3 prototypes from the 1966 season, but with the P4’s bodywork, suspension and alloy wheels. The 2-valve per cylinder 4-litre V12 engine was also carried over from the previous year, but with Weber carburettors in place of the injection system. This particular chassis was converted to road legal specs in California.



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1995 Ferrari F50 #104790, owned by James Amine

Created to celebrate Ferrari’s 50th anniversary, the F50 was the closest thing to a road-going Formula 1 car the company had ever built. Given its uncompromising, purist approach to high performance, the F50 was devoid of power steering, power assisted braking and ABS, but made extensive use of sophisticated composite materials, Formula 1-style construction technology and aerodynamics. This particular chassis is 1 of 55 ever produced for the US market.



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1964 Ferrari 250 LM #6053, owned by Chris and Ann Cox

This is the 22nd of 32 units built. In 1968 this 250 LM raced in the 24h Le Mans on Sep 28-29 with Paul Vestey and Roy Pike, and participated both in the Chicago Historic Races in July 1987 and in the Monterey Historic Races August 19 – 21, 1988.





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1966 Ferrari 275 GTB “Competizione” #09063, owned by Brian Ross

At least two prototypes of this model were built in 1965. The story goes that the bodywork, created as always by Pininfarina, was supposed to have been for the new berlinetta. However, Enzo Ferrari scotched the proposal and the cars already built were initially put into storage. They were later reworked and lightened to make them more suitable for racing and went on to take part in the Targa Florio, the 1000 km at the Nürburgring and the 24 hours of Le Mans in 1965. The latter was a truly tough race and the Ecurie Francorchamps car, with Willy Mairesse and “Beurlys” (the pseudonym of millionaire Jean Blaton), came home third overall behind two 250 LMs and also took first in the GT class. In 1966, a small series was built for customers which featured the same bodywork as the production model.

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1952 Ferrari 212 Inter Ghia #0191EL, owned by Dennis and Susan Garrity

This stunning Ferrari is a completely unique “one-off” example — the one and only Ferrari ever bodied in this elegant style. In fact, it is one of only 34 Ferraris ever bodied by Carrozzeria Ghia.  The vehicle is a strikingly, rolling work-of-art. From stem to stern, the panache of the car is palpable. And how much more compelling could the story be than that the car’s first owner was none other than President Juan Peron of Argentina, husband of the famed Eva Peron.