Ferrari 166 MM at Amelia Island


This immaculate Ferrari 166 MM is one of those restorations that almost certainly looks better today than the day it left the factory. Keep in mind, these cars were originally built for sports car racing, and the MM in the name stands for Mille Miglia – arguably the most insane road race of all time. Beauty was secondary to the this Ferrari’s original function, but now that it’s a classic, worth millions of dollars, beauty has become its primary purpose. Given that change, it makes sense that the workmanship would take a step up during the restoration. Racecars are mean to be pushed to destruction in the pursuit of victory, show cars are meant to be a timeless spectacle for the eye.

Looking at these photos, it seems this Ferrari 166 MM has made that jump, and they did a spectacular job with it.


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-Nick Walker


2 thoughts on “Ferrari 166 MM at Amelia Island”

  1. Stunning! Just love old Ferraris. One day maybe … (or realistically, never!). In the mean time I will have to make do with my little Austin-Healey Sprite!!


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