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  • 1949 Ferrari 166 Inter Coupe

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    1949 Ferrari 166 Inter Coupe with Touring Coachwork s/n 015S, Engine no. 015S Carrozzeria Touring no. 3190 Red with Tan Leather Interior At the 1948 Turin Motor Show, Enzo Ferrari, by then 50 years of age, stood on the platform anxious about unveiling his new 166 series cars. Ferrari had already established himself as a formidable contender in racing, but he needed more resources to advance future competition efforts. Ready to build and sell production cars for public use, Ferrari designed a twin longitudinal tube chassis, enlisting Gilco to fabricate it, then ship it to Touring where the patented Superleggera coachwork would be assembled, finished, and applied to the chassis. Available in both the more comprehensively finished Inter or the more minimalistic MM forms, the 166 was powered by a 2 liter Colombo-designed V12 engine, backed by what was then virtually unheard of: a 5-speed gearbox. Suspension was by independent front double wishbone and transverse semi-elliptic spring suspension with hydraulic dampers, and a live rear axle with longitudinal semi-elliptic spring rear suspension with anti-roll bar and hydraulic dampers. Braking was managed via 4 wheel drums. Although the 1

    • Year: 1949
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  • Ferrari 166 Inter Coupe

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    Comments and history courtesy of Ferrari historian - Marcel Massini: Ferrari 166 Inter Stabilimenti Farina chassis #021 S is one of the oldest Ferraris in existence. It actually is the 11th road car built by Ferrari (they used just odd chassis numbers, starting with 001, then 003, then 005, etc.). You must know that in 1947 the factory produced just 3 cars, in 1948 they built 5 units and in 1949 they built 21 cars. Not more than that! That adds up to a total of just 29 Ferraris manufactured in the first three years. Consequently 021 S is a super rare automobile and with the even more exclusive bodywork by Stabilimenti Farina can be considered a true gem! Ferrari 166 Inter Coupé Stabilimenti Farina 1949, Chassis# 021 S Original exterior color: n/a Original interior color: n/a Chassis type 166 Engine type 166 The 4th of only 10 Ferraris bodied by Stabilimenti Farina July 1949 Delivered by the factory to first owner A.I.C.A.R. S.r.l. (Agenzia Internazionale Commercio e Ricambi) domiciled in Milan, Italy (International Agency for Automobile and Spare Parts Trading), a company which was later renamed into WI.PU.CO. S.r.l. July 27, 1949 Sold new to the first owner B. Bojiolo, resident in

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