Long before Carroll Shelby became a famed sports-car constructor, who was notoriously hostile to Enzo Ferrari's must, he was a successful racing driver.The car he called “the best Ferrari I ever drove” was the none other than the Ferrari 410 S. Designed specifically for the great Carrera PanAmericana road race, the 410 S featured the largest Ferrari engine yet.It was a newly designed unit developed for the 410 SuperAmerica road cars and was better adapted to the large displacement. While the Ferrari 410 S may not have made much of an impact in Europe, it helped cement Ferrari’s reputation as the machine to beat in U.S. endurance sports-car racing.
The model was made starting from a Pirahna kit and completely visible in all main parts. Small front hood, rear hood, oil cap and driver’s door with relative pivot were built in brass. The engine was completely self-built, like also rear fuel tank and all cockpit components.
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