This 1952 Ferrari 225E, damaged decades ago in a fire, is finally back in shape after Ferrari Classiche undertook a comprehensive two-year restoration project.
When a car is worth millions of dollars, you don't simply write it off when it's damaged – you have it painstakingly repaired. But when that car's worth tens of millions, there's hardly any expense to be spared in its restoration. So after a rare Ferrari 250 GTO crashed a couple of years ago during a special event, its owner (presumably at the behest of his insurance company) sent the damaged specimen back to the factory for a full restoration to its original condition.
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