Ferrari is one of our favorite brands at Imagine Lifestyles Luxury Rentals, as you can see by our extensive collection of Ferrari rentals across the United States. While we offer the latest models from the brand, we do have a few legendary Ferrari favorites!
Our top 10 legendary Ferrari faves include:
10. 1972 365 GTC/4.
9. 2007 599 Fiorano
8. 2003 Ferrari Enzo
7. 1975 Ferrari 308 GTB/S
6. 1971 Dino 246
5. 1970 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 (Daytona)
4. 1967 P3/4
3. 1964 Ferrari 250/275 LM
2. 1963 Ferrari GTO
1. 1949 Ferrari 166MM
1972 365 GTC/4 Ferrari
10. The 1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 boasts conservative Pininfarina lines and a 2+2 seating layout. The V12 engine features a row of 6 downdraft Webber carburetors and 6 side drafts allow for a very low hood. Overall, the overpacked engine compartment creates what some consider the best sounding Ferrari in history.
2007 599 Fiorano Ferrari
9. The 2007 599 Fiorano Ferrari is one of the few Ferraris that can be a daily driver. Not only is this a gorgeous model, it can nail the 0-60 mark in 3.7 seconds with top speeds hitting 200 miles per hour.
2003 Ferrari Enzo
8. The 2003 Ferrari Enzo features a body designed for functionality, and is descried as purposeful, it is the 660 horsepower V12 engine that is the star of this show!
1975 Ferrari 308 GTB/S
7. The 1975 Ferrari 308 GTB/S starred in Magnum P.I., and was the first Ferrari created that did not have a V12 engine.
1971 Dino 246
6. The 1971 Dino 246 was denounced by Enzo Ferrari, and yet Tifosi (Ferrari fans) embrace the model. It was a 195 horsepower V6 car with nice aesthetics and acoustics, but simply did not win the approval of the big guy, and therefore lacks the Ferrari title.
1970 Ferrari 365 GTB/4
5. The 1970 Ferrari 365 GTB/4, or Daytona, is a sports car and a grand touring luxury car. Available in both coupe and spider form, it can hit 176 miles per hour. Dan Gurney and Brock yates drove this model in the 1971 Cannonball Baker ‘Sea to Shining Sea’ dash with a time of 34 hours and 51 minutes from New York to California.
1967 P3/4 racing Ferraris
4. The 1967 P3/4 racing Ferraris finished 1st, 2nd and 3rd at the 1967 24 hours of Daytona. Enough said.
1964 Ferrari 250/275 LM
3. The 1964 250/275 LM was driven by Luigi Chinetti in the 1965 Le Mans race, which he won.
1963 Ferrari GTO
2. The 1963 Ferrari GTO is one of the most expensive production Ferraris ever created. With just 39 examples made, each one is worth $10-$15 million dollars.
1949 Ferrari 166MM
1. The 1949 Ferrari 166MM was also driven by Luigi Chinetti at the first 24 Heures de le Mans after WWII. Luigi drove 23 hours and 40 minutes in this car when his co-driver became sick. He is the man.
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