Ferrari Classiche, which specializes in the restoration and maintenance of old Ferrari cars has restored another masterpiece, the Ferrari 212 Export Coupé Vignale.
The car has an unusual history and was originally constructed in April 1951 as a coupe, after a month it was sold to Antonio Mambretti Sozogni Juva, who sold it to the company of Duke Cesare d’Acquarone.
The particular Duke at the end of 1951, chose a radical change of the body and transformed the car into a convertible with the help of the company Vignale. In 1957 the car changed hands again and it was purchased from a person from Padua, whose son recently sold the car to a Brazilian collector.
The car was completely reconstructed and it is ready to return to its owner, with the delivery to be in April, seeing that the owner has agreed to showcase the car at the Ferrari Museum in Maranello for a few months.