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Ferrari meets 70 Springs stronger than ever

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Be one of the most envied and coveted car brands over the years is something that few firms can boast. The 12 of March of the year 1947 was the first Ferrari from the small workshop that Enzo Ferrari had in the Italian town of Maranello. Since that time fans to the world of the four wheels have dreamed to drive or have one of their cars as his aura of sportiness and exclusivity has not been surpassed by any other rival brand.

This first model was neither more nor less than a Ferrari 125S and was moved by a motor gasoline V12 configuration with 1.5 liter cylinder and camshaft in head. Its power was of 120 HP and they came from three Weber Carburetors double body. This mechanical configuration would perpetuate for years in the Italian House models, as Enzo Ferrari preferred it over others.

The first model assembled by Ferrari, the 125S, only two units were manufactured and sadly none of the two is among us. However, thanks to new technologies we have a copy of the first 125S, because Ferrari has manufactured it following the original plans. This model is currently in the Museum of the brand, but the brand communication officials have decided to make an appearance in the video they have done to celebrate the 70th birthday of the firm.

To show the whole world that Ferrari is better than ever, the Italian House has decided to make a video that makes a review of its profuse history. “70 years of emotions” the title has given the brand to this tribute video. The prime of this production is the new LaFerrari Aperta and as not, the car that gave home to this lineage, the 125S. Take a look because not all brands marked 70 years with the story that has the House of the Cavallino Rampante on its back.

For another 70 years, as a minimum. Congratulations!

Source – Ferrari

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