Ferrari's supercar, the Enzo, is well known among Ferrari-istas, but it entered the popular culture after a spectacular crash in Southern California last year. Only 400 Enzos were built.

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The Enzo is powered by a 6-liter V-12 that produces 651 horsepower at 7,800rpm. The car's red line is at 8,200rpm. The Enzo reaches 60mph in three seconds and has a top speed of 217mph.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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This 288 GTO is one of 272 cars built. Ferrari produced the 288 GTO between 1984 and 1986.

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The 288 refers to the car's engine size, as it is powered by a 2.8-liter twin-turbocharged V-8. This engine produces 400 horsepower and gives the car a top speed of 190mph.

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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.

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The Daytona's engine produces 352 horsepower, driving the car to 60mph in 5.4 seconds. Its top speed is 174 mph.

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This car is one of six built from 1952 to 1953. This particular car was originally owned by King Leopoldo III of Belgium.

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The 342 America was designed for the North American market, although only one was sold in the U.S. It has a 4.1-liter V-12 under the hood, which produces 220 horsepower.

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This Ferrari F1 race car is one of 12 built between 1971 and 1973. Its 3-liter V-12 produces 460 horsepower.

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With only 39 of the beautiful 250 GTOs built, this car has become a serious collector's item, valued at more than $10 million. These cars were produced from 1962 to 1963.

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The 250 GTO has a front-mounted 3-liter V-12 producing 300 horsepower. Its top speed is 174mph and it reaches 60mph in 5.8 seconds.

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The spare cockpit furnishings show that this car was designed to race. The transmission is a five-speed manual.

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