Enzo’s Revenge—Ferrari 330 P4

After getting thumped by the Ford GT40s in the 1966 edition of the 24 Hours of LeMans, Ferrari went back to work on their 330 intent on pay back. The Prancing Horse crew returned the favor to Ford by finishing 1-2-3 at the 1967 running of the Daytona 24 Hours with drivers Chris Amon and Lorenzo Bandini bringing home the win in the #23 car. Arguably the most beautiful race car ever built, the 330 looks great from any angle but I prefer the head on view as it provides and absolutely predatory look while showing just enough of those voluptuous curves to excite the imagination.

Limited edition prints are available on:

  • archival paper sized 16″ x 32″, framed or unframed
  • brushed aluminum composite sized 23″ x 47″
  • backlit or unlit dye-sublimated fabric in size 14′ x 7′

Each limited edition print is numbered, signed nd accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity

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