1953 Ferrari Hydroplane ‘Arno XI’
This 1953 Ferrari Hydroplane ‘Arno XI’ was developed by Achille Castoldi with a little help from Enzo Ferrari. Castoldi wanted to compete with the Guidotti family, who had been using Maserati’s light aluminium engines to power water speed record boats and set records since the ’30s. He, along with Luigi Villoresi, convinced Ferrari to contribute his considerable knowledge and technical expertise to the project, resulting in the Ferrari 375 twin-supercharged G.P. 52/1 “Nautico”, which could produce over 600 horsepower… Read more
I want one of these… I would paint it black and put a bat symbol on the tail.
All you muthas be jealous when I cruise past in my Ferrari Batboat!