From an early age, Enzo Ferrari (1898-1988) had an engineering background but was drawn towards motor-racing, joining Alfa Romeo as a driver in 1920.  He established his own team, Scuderia Ferrari, in 1929 using Alfa Romeo cars.  The prancing horse emblem that Ferrari used was copied – with permission – from the emblem of the Baracca family, whose son Francesco was a fighter ace in WW I and who died in 1918.  In 1939, Ferrari founded Auto Avio Costruzioni and made his first car, but his name did not appear on a road-going car until 1947.  Ferrari’s success in many fields of motorsport is legendary, with examples above showing the 1949 Le Mans winner, the Ferrari 166M and the 1952 Ferrari 500F2 in which Alberto Ascari won the F1 World Championship.  Ferrari is still the only team to have competed every year in Formula One, since it began in 1950.  Today, the Ferrari factory at Maranello continues to produce great “supercars” as well as maintaining its impressive racing traditions. 

1947 Ferrari 125 Sport. Model by IXO
1950 Ferrari 166 MM. Model by Art Model
1951 Ferrari 195 Ghia. Model by Jolly Model
1951 Ferrari 340 America. Model by Top Model
1951 Ferrari 212 Inter. Model by Mattel
1952 Ferrari 225 S. Model by Jolly Model
1952 Ferrari 225 Export Vignale Spyder. Model by Jolly Model
1952 Ferrari 250 S. Model by Jolly Model
1953 Ferrari 340 MM
1954 Ferrari 250 MM Morelli. Model by Top Model
1955 Ferrari 121. Model by Exem
1955 Ferrari 375 America Coupe Speciale. Model by White Box
1955 Ferrari 750 Monza. Model by Best
1957 Ferrari 860 Monza. Model by Best
1957 Ferrari 500 TRC. Model by Art Models
1958 Ferrari 250 Testarossa. Model by IXO
1960 Ferrari 400 Super America
1961 Ferrari 250 GT Spider California. Model (in white) by Old Cars
1962 Ferrari 250 SWB "Stradale". Model by Bang Models
1962 Ferrari 250 GTO
1962 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso. Model by IXO
1963 Ferrari 250 GTO. Model by Corgi
1964 Ferrari 275 GTB 4. Model by Best
1966 Ferrari 330 GTC. Model by Best
1966 Ferrari 330 GTS. Model by Ferrari GT Collection
1967 Ferrari 330 P4. Model by Bang Models
1968 Ferrari GTB/4 Daytona. Model by IXO
1969 Ferrari GTB Daytona Spider. Model by Rio
1971 Ferrari Dino 246 GT. Model by Kyosho
1972 Ferrari 365 GT/4 2+2. Model by IXO
1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS
1976 Ferrari 512 BB. Model by IXO
1979 Ferrari 512 BB (Le Mans prototype). Model by Brumm
1982 Ferrari Mondial Coupe. Model by IXO
1983 Ferrari Mondial Cabriolet. Model by IXO
1984 Ferrari Testarossa. Model by IXO
1984 Ferrari 288 GTO. Model by IXO
1984 Ferrari 308 GTB (Rallye Vasco Navarro)
1985 Ferrari 412. Model by Mattel
1986 Ferrari 328 GTB. Model by IXO
1987 Ferrari F.40. Model by IXO
1989 Ferrari 348 TS. Model by Ferrari GT Collection
1990 Ferrari Mythos (Pininfarina). Model by Revell
1994 Ferrari F.355 Spider. Model by Minichamps
1994 Ferrari 333SP
1995 Ferrari F355 Berlinetta
1995 Ferrari 512 M. Model by Art Models
1995 Ferrari F.50. Model by Minichamps
1997 Ferrari 575 M Maranello. Model by IXO
1998 Ferrari 456 GT. Model by Minichamps
2000 Ferrari 550 Barchetta Pininfarina
2000 Ferrari 360 Modena. Model by IXO
2000 Ferrari 360 Spider. Model by IXO
2002 Ferrari Enzo. Model by IXO
2003 Ferrari Challenge Stradale F360
2004 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti. Model by IXO
2005 Ferrari F.430. Models by IXO
2005 Ferrari 575 Super America. Model by IXO
2005 Ferrari FXX
2006 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano. Model by IXO
2006 Ferrari F599 GTB Panamerican. Model by IXO
2008 Ferrari California. Model by Mattel
2009 Ferrari FXX Evoluzione. Model by Mattel
2009 Ferrari 458 Italia. Model by Mattel
2009 Ferrari 599 XX. Model by Mattel
2010 Ferrari 599 GTO. Model by Mattel
2010 Ferrari FF. Model by Mattel
2012 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. Model by Ferrari Collection
2013 Ferrari 'La Ferrari'. Model by Mattel
2014 Ferrari FXX K. Model by Burago
2016 Ferrari La Ferrari Aperta. Model by Supercar Collection
2017 Ferrari 812 Superfast. Model by Supercar Collection