Author: Steve Ahlgrim

Steve taught high school auto shop before moving to Atlanta, GA, where his love of sports cars led him to FAF Motorcars, the former Ferrari dealer where he served as General Manager and Vice President. He has been a self-proclaimed “one-trick pony,” coveting the Ferrari marque. He has been involved in concours judging for over 25 years and is a member of the IAC/PFA, an international committee overseeing high-level Ferrari concours judging. He is chief judge of the Celebration Exotic Car Show in Celebration, FL.

1984 Ferrari 512 BBi

This stunning 1984 512 BBi is finished in the highly attractive all-Rosso Corsa over beige leather. It was originally sold by French Ferrari distributor Charles Pozzi SA to a client in Fayette, AL. He retained this BBi for at least 15 years and thankfully saved the importation and federalization paperwork. […]

1983 Ferrari Meera S

Even the most ardent of Ferrari enthusiasts might not recognize the Meera S. The car is unique in every sense of the word, as a one-of-one special built for Saudi Arabian royalty in the 1980s. The Meera S takes a design of its own with protruding body panels, open-slatted bonnet […]

1976 Ferrari 308 GTB “Vetroresina”

Ferrari historian Marcel Massini notes that as few as 712 fiberglass-bodied 308 GTBs were produced. Just 100 examples were sent to North America. These early fiberglass cars were nearly 330 pounds lighter than the steel-bodied 308s that followed, allowing drivers to take full advantage of the model’s transverse mid-mounted 2.9-liter […]

2009 Ferrari 430 Scuderia

Developed with the help of Ferrari’s legendary Formula One driver Michael Schumacher and first shown to the public at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show, the 430 Scuderia succeeded the Challenge Stradale as the road-going variant of the F430 Challenge race car. Improvements over the standard F430 coupe were instantly apparent, […]

1974 Ferrari 365 GT4 BB

In the early 1970s, Ferrari developed a new platform to succeed the highly popular 365 GTB/4 Daytona. The 365 GT4 BB, revealed at the 1971 Turin Motor Show, brought with it Ferrari’s first mid-mounted 12-cylinder engine — nicknamed the “Boxer,” due to its 4.4-liter flat-12 configuration — and the Berlinetta […]

2016 Ferrari LaFerrari

Perhaps more than any other automaker, Ferrari has a tradition of building limited-production supercars that push the envelope of performance and design, while enriching the manufacturer’s cachet. From the competition-intended 288 GTO of the mid-1980s through the 40th anniversary F40 model, the F50 and the Enzo, these cars have served […]

2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello

This 2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello is finished in Argento Nürburgring over two-tone natural and blue leather, The car was factory equipped with an F1 electrohydraulic transaxle and received a 6-speed manual conversion at GTO Engineering of Los Angeles in 2017. Equipment includes the optional Fiorano Handling Package along with 19-inch […]

1969 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2

By the mid-1960s, 50% of all Ferraris produced were being built with four seats. Following on from the success of its first such model, the 250 GTE of 1960, Ferrari introduced the 330 GT 2+2 in January 1964. Its replacement, the 365 GT 2+2, was launched at the Paris Auto […]

1990 Ferrari 348 tb

As can be seen in the service book, this 348 tb was registered on August 3, 1990, in Turin, Italy. Its first owner resided in Ventimiglia, near the French border. When the car was registered in France in 2000 by the owner’s daughter, it had covered fewer than 35,000 km. […]

1963 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Series II Aerodinamico Coupe

Amagnificent expression of power and exclusivity, the 400 Superamerica LWB Coupe Aerodinamico exudes the individual character and artistry of a bygone era in custom coachbuilding. These exotic, large-displacement Ferraris were the most expensive and refined road-going automobiles of the early 1960s, built in extremely limited numbers for Enzo’s most important […]