Ferrari 340 Competizione by Gullwing America

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Although Gullwing America’s claim to fame was the classic Mercedes-Benz 300 SL, the company has designed other vehicles including one of our personal favorites in the Ferrari 340 Competizione.

Paying tribute to the limited edition 1952 Ferrari 340 Mexico, the new school version is packed with a 5.4 liter V12 pumping out an impressive 470 horsepower, and utilizes a 6 speed transmission to put the power to the ground. The Ferrari 340 Competizione uses the Italian automaker’s 456 GT as the starting point with upgraded aerodynamics, suspension, brakes, and fresh aluminum body work. The interior is just as beautiful as the exterior with carbon fiber seats providing the ultimate finishing touch.

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