1966 Amphicar 770

The result of over a decade of development, the Amphicar debuted in 1961 as the first fully amphibious vehicle sold to the public. Transitioning from land to water was a breeze, with just a few simple steps and a pull of a lever — which moves the engine's power from the wheels to dual rear propellers — necessary. This 1966 Amphicar 770 has recently undergone a full restoration with an eye on authenticity and saw its top and interior replaced, and its body painted the factory color of Lagoon Blue. Accompanied by extensive documentation, it would make a highly entertaining and unusual addition to any collection.

  • 1965 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 Shooting Brake

    When you think of Ferrari, you think of sleek red automobiles and purebred racing machines — not station wagons. But if Scuderia were ever going to make something slightly more practical, this would be it. While not an official Ferrari model, the decidedly 60s-futuristic coachwork was commissioned by Ferrari importer Luigi Chinetti Jr., styled by American illustrator Bob Peak, and crafted by Italian firm Vignale. Built on a 1965 330 GT 2+2, the car debuted at the 1968 Torino Motor Show and is believed to be the last Ferrari styled by Vignale. Not only is it extremely unique, it's also one of the few Ferraris that can transport four people and their luggage at speed and in comfort.

    Photos: Dom Romney / Gooding & Co.

  • 1950 Ferrari 166 MM/212

    In 1950, Enzo Ferrari's fledgling company had been in existence for only three years. Four wealthy brothers — Vittorio, Giannino, Paolo, and Umberto Marzotto owned some 20 or more Ferraris between them, lending a large hand in keeping the company stable through those early years. Accomplished drivers in their own right, Giannino won the legendary Mille Miglia twice. After a crash put the car out of commission, it was rebuilt with the bodywork seen here. Known as the "Uovo", or egg, the result of an attempt at weight reduction and aerodynamic streamlining. A one-off example of early Ferraris, the 166 MM/212 is an important car in Ferrari's racing heritage.

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