The F50 was introduced in 1995 to celebrate Ferrari's 50th anniversary. Only 349 F50s were built. The car is powered by a 4.7-liter V-12 that makes 513 horsepower at 8,000rpm. It gets to 60mph in 3.7 seconds.
The F50 comes with a six-speed manual transmission and a carbon-fiber tub, which represents fairly advanced technology for 1995. Six-speed transmissions are only now becoming widespread on production cars.
This is the racing version of the F50 and is ultrarare, as only three of these cars were built. Ferrari had intended to enter the car as a GT1 class racer, but dropped the project before the car got into competition. Ferrari tuned this car to produce 750 horsepower.
The Daytona, introduced at the 1968 Paris Auto Show, was produced until 1973. It has a 4.4-liter V-12 in a front-engine configuration. The transmission is mounted in back for better weight distribution.