Author: Steve Allen |
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The Ferrari display at the First Tee of the famed Links at Pebble Beach golf course illustrated the breadth of excellence for which Maranello is famous, including the 488 Spider; California T Handling Speciale; and the limited editions F12tdf and LaFerrari.

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The latest model in the range, the GTC4Lusso, was flanked by one of its spiritual predecessors, a Classiche certified 1966 330 GTC.

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On the lawn of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, no fewer than eighteen prized Ferraris delighted spectators. Examples included: 1963 400 Superamerica; 1967 275 GTS4 (NART Spider); 1952 225 Sport; and 1956 290 MM. Among the crowd’s favorites, a spectacular 330 P4 Spider was awarded the “Gran Turismo Trophy” by the Concours jury.