Last weekend I ran a Story about a Porsche 356 that is about to receive an Audi upgrade, written by Tamer Omram for Motor Mavens. It’s great to see that other car related sites are discovering Hooniverse, and it seems that Tamer wrote about this Ferrari at the Concorso Ferrari show in Old Town Pasadena, that was held in May. Read more after the jump…. The owner of this ride is Bruce Meyer, the founding chairman of the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. According to Tamer:
Let’s take a moment to really appreciate this 1957 Ferrari 625/250TR (Testa Rossa). It’s not very often that we get to see a living legend with our own eyes. What struck me the most about this car wasn’t even anything close to the horsepower nor the torque specs. No… what struck me most about this car was the almost palpable racing pedigree that it exudes – a pedigree the likes of which I’ve only read about in books or seen in classic racing movies.
To read more about this exquisie Ferrari go over to Motor Mavens.