Ferrari wasn't the first to race a V12, but the 12-cylinder configuration came to define the company. Out of the ruins of post-war Italy, Enzo Ferrari's small company designed, built and raced a 1500cc V12. The rapid development soon led to a 2-liter version that powered the company to its first Le Mans victory. By 1954, the capacity had increased to 4500cc and the company again won Le Mans. With the exception of Maserati, most teams were using refreshed pre-war designs or the slow-revving American V8 engines. Ferrari kept revising and improving its V12 engines and by the second-half of the 1950s the stunning 4-cam 3.8 and 4-liter engines were produced. The 4-cam Ferrari topped with a group of Weber carburetors and associated linkage and fuel lines are a timeless sight to behold.
Ferrari Details was shot at a concurs at Lime Rock Park in 1978 on Kodachrome 64.
There are 3 types of prints offered, each in multiple sizes. There are 2 paper print options using Hahnemuhle Fine Art paper.
Option 1 is printed on Baryta paper. It is a bright white, cellulose-based Fine Art paper. Baryta is an acid and lignin-free, 325 gsm and 100% Œ±-cellulose paper that conforms to ISO 9706 for museum quality and highest age resistance.
Option 2 is printed on Fine Art Photo Rag Metallic paper. Metallic is a silvery-shimmering Fine Art paper with a specially formulated coating for Fine Art use. The natural white cotton paper contains no optical brighteners and has the characteristic Photo Rag surface structure and sumptuous feel. Metallic is an acid and lignin-free, 340 gsm and 100% cotton paper that conforms to ISO 9706 for museum quality and highest age resistance.
Both Hahnemuhle Fine Art paper prints are shipped unframed and are ready for matting and framing.
Option 3 is a dye sublimation printed on aluminum with a glossy finish. The Aluminum print has a high-gloss white finish that bright colors and high image definition. Prints are shipped with a float mount hanger mounted 2in inside the rear of the print.
Although the aluminum print is more expensive, it is delivered ready to hang and there is no additional framing cost.