Ferrari 750 Monza
The Ferrari 750 Monza was presented back in 1955 at the Brussels Motor Show and served as a racing car. Despite the fact that the car received the name Ferrari 750 Monza, the debut race in which it participated was a 3-hour competition in Bari, in the summer of 54, at the 1000 km race Supercortemaggiore, which took place in Monza. The whole model range is Ferrari.
Looking at the appearance of the racing car, it becomes clear that it was designed for competition. The spokes wheels, which were very popular at the time, are noticeable. Radiator grille, large in size, made in the style of “smile”, and installed on it additional lighting. Sleek and elegant shapes give the Italian an elegant look.
The salon looks very nice and stylish. Original windscreen, which is made mainly for the driver. To the left of it there is a rear-view mirror. Behind the stylish three-spoke steering wheel, in the center of which can be seen the logo of the Ferrari, there is a full instrument panel, with a speedometer, the maximum value of which is 80 miles per hour.
Under the hood of the Ferrari 750 Monza is an in-line, 4-cylinder, 3.0-litre atmospheric propulsion system, with a capacity of 306 horsepower. Maximum speed is 260 km/h. Acceleration up to the first hundred in 5 seconds. Torque is transmitted to the rear wheels by means of 5-speed manual gearbox.
The Italian Ferrari 750 Monza racing car is valued at about 3421275,00$.
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