What a garage with $100 million in Ferraris looks like
Thanks to its exclusive access to original blueprints and tooling — along with control over certifying what's "original" — Ferrari's Classiche restoration shop has become the mecca that many rare Ferraris must pass through. Today, Ferrari released this photo showing how business is booming. If you look closely (click to enlarge), you'll see five of the original 36 Ferrari 250 GTOs in for work, along with two 250 Testa Rossas, including the car that won the 1958 24 Hours of Le Mans with Phil Hill at the wheel. Given the prices of collectable Ferraris, there's easily $100 million' worth of machinery in this shot, and an irreplaceable amount of history.