Ferrari Limited edition paper print Size: 14.5" x 22"Edition Size: 495The Ferrari prancing horse emblem was given to Enzio Ferrari by the Countess Baracca who saw in him a kindred spirit of her First World War fighter pilot son killed in the conflict. The emblem adorns every Ferrari perhaps the greatest name in both race and road cars. The very first Ferrari was announced in late1946, and was first raced in1947. The first road car car to bear the name Ferrari did not appear until Enzio Anselmo Ferrari was 47 years old. Shown here is the achingly beautiful 1967 Ferrari 412 P. Its V12 4-litre engine gave it a top speed of 190 mph. Just four of these spectacular prototypes were built and each was entrusted to Ferrari’s most successful private teams of which one was North American Racing Team. The yellow 412P Ecurie Belge painted here being another. Signed and numbered by the artist. Limited edition. Print purchases are final, due to our print-to-order process.