Ferrari 500 Testa Rossa
Preceding the legendary 250 GT Testa Rossa, the 500 was the first Ferrari to use the Testa Rossa namesake. The 1956 Ferrari 500 Testa Rossa is one of just 17 examples produced and one of the most extensively campaigned four-cylinder cars to race in the United States. American motorsport legends John von Neumann, Bruce Kessler and Pete Lovely all raced the 1956 Ferrari 500 Testa Rossa in its early years at many of the country's greatest racetracks, including Pomona, Lime Rock, Riverside, Paramount, Palm Springs and Laguna Seca. An impressively original and honest race car, this Ferrari is an excellent candidate for enthusiasts wishing to participate in the best vintage rallies and racing events.
Source: Gooding & Company