While I was waiting to sign up to drive a Porsche, and while Nick was busy driving the bewitching new SRT Viper, I spent most of my brisk Florida morning at Amelia Island chasing after cars that were entering the hotel grounds. While I was running around, I found myself chasing down this gorgeous little number. This marks only the second time I’ve found myself close to a 212, one of the first well-known cars Ferrari produced. This particular car is a 212 Export Berlinetta wearing its original Touring coachwork in a deep, rich burgundy hue with a rather Spartan tan interior, wire wheels, and details that kept my attention for a solid amount of time. It may have been parked among a Lamborghini Aventador, Porsche 918, and a Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona, but the little 212 had absolutely no problem drawing a crowd to itself in front of the Ritz-Carlton. Enjoy the photos.
-Albert S. Davis
7 thoughts on “Ferrari 212 Export Berlinetta by Touring at Amelia Island”
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Nice pix of a truly spectacular classic!
I’ve never seen those ads which appear over the bottom of some of the photos. A beautiful car, but those ads take away from the photos.
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