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roadster

an open car, esp one seating only two
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The Touring-bodied 166 MM barchetta wrote Ferrari's name firmly in the history books, winning first the Mille Miglia and then the grueling 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1949.
The Monza SP1 and SP2 feature a unique design, the best weight-to-power ratio of any barchetta, thanks to the extensive use of carbon-fibre in construction, and distinctive details, such as head-and tail-lights, wheels and interior, which further enhance the cars' exclusivity.
Ferrari, an Italy-based automaker, has launched two updated version of its classic open-top 'barchetta' racing model.
Barchetta, I., Angelico, F., Del Ben, M., Baroni, M.G., Pozzilli, P., Morini, S.
On the other hand, Barchetta et al (14) did not find a significant correlation between serum OPN and microalbuminuria.
Their last offering, the Barchetta, went off the scene in 2005 and, available only in left-hand drive, was one for the real enthusiasts in Britain.
Its last offering, the Barchetta, went off the scene in 2005 and available only in left hand drive was one for the real enthusiasts in Britain.
THE owner of a $12 million North Shore estate is offering to throw in a 2001 Ferrari 550 Barchetta to a buyer who goes into contract by June 30.
Based on the F12berlinetta, the car was developed at a client's request as an extreme, two-seater, open-top sports barchetta.
The 'Best Car on the Street' was awarded to a beautiful 1952 212/225 Barchetta bodied by CarrozzeriaTouring in the care of the Petersen Museum, Los Angeles.
He recalls the joy of driving captured by "Red Barchetta," a 1981 Rush song depicting a dystopian future where a young lad breaks the "Motor Law" and evades the authorities by roaring across the countryside in his uncle's illicit red Barchetta, "from a better, vanished time."