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Letter signed by Enzo Ferrari (1987)

Letter signed by Enzo Ferrari (1987)

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Enzo Ferrari, the founder of the prestigious car factory, writes a letter of thanks to a Swiss customer.

Letter of thanks from Enzo Ferrari to Mr Cimarosti, a lucky swiss customer, loyal to the brand. One page. In Italian. 16 cm x 10.5 cm. Modena (Ferrari headquarters), Italy, June 17, 1987. Comes with original envelope stamped with Ferrari symbols. Excellent condition. Single piece.

Dear Mr Cimarosti,
Thank you for the magazines and see you later

Enzo Ferrari (1898 - 1988) was the founder of the Ferrari car factory. As a child, he fell in love with motorsport, working as a mechanic and later as a test driver. At the age of 21, he tried to work at Fiat, but was refused... He then decided to create Scuderia Ferrari in 1925, which became, despite many difficulties, "the brand of dreams" that we know.

Despite the technological innovations, the factory works the old-fashioned way, with hand-finished engines and bodywork and women sitting behind sewing machines working on the leather. The company faithfully follows Enzo Ferrari's philosophy of maintaining control over all production.

Ferrari is one of the most valuable and well-known brands in the world, which manufactures exclusive sports cars and has participated in Formula 1 for years, with many victories. The brand sells, on average, 6,000 units annually to customers willing to wait more than a year for car delivery. Founder autograph documents appear rarely and are highly sought after. An additional interest here, the envelope, in perfect condition.

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