Ferrari has a reputation amongst laymen as a car company that makes fast and in your face cars, but with aficionados who know this manufacturer inside and out, they know that Ferrari is more than just that. This is a company that is habitually pushing boundaries, a company that consistently changes the way we think about what cars can be. They take us back to our childhood where we used to play with toy cars and pretend to be racers. When Ferrari introduced the F50 in 1995, they did exactly that by taking us back to an age where the imagination was lucid and unapologetic. The F50 is an embodiment of boyhood imagination and engineering ambition but look beyond the aesthetic and you’ll see this is not just a big shiny red toy.
In 1957 Ferrari launched the 335 S to take on it’s international peers. This was a legendary age for racing. An era that saw innovation at its finest and racing at its most daring. This 335 S was designed for one reason only, to be as fierce as its competition. A car to be marvelled and one to be feared.
This Ford Mustang, among many variants that have come and gone over the years, is known in autophile circles as the biggest and baddest of them all. The legendary Mustang carries weight and prestige with enthusiasts for its style and aura. The Mustang remains a cultural icon, perfectly capturing the American spirit and demand for big, loud and powerful cars. It was first introduced in 1969 for the aim of Nascar domination, drawing thousands of fan’s attention. These people came because of its captivating style, and stayed for it’s road tearing power. Its this combination of style and power that bottle the American spirit, mirroring their self perception.