I officially believe in love at first sight after stumbling upon this Ferrari 166 Corsa Spyder. The car was purchased in 1947 for $3,800 (yes, for a Ferrari… drooling yet?) by the current owner’s (James Clark) father.
Clark has spent the better part of his life restoring one of the rarest cars ever and rumored 4th Ferrari ever made. This beast weighs 1,700 pounds and pumps an astounding 100hp (astounding as in, "Wow, that’s very little.").
It would be left in the dust by the cars of today, but we can thank this relic for paving the road to automotive future.
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