1956 Ferrari 290 MM: 320 bhp, cc SOHC Type 130 dry-sump engine with triple Weber twin-choke 46 carburetors and twin spark-plug ignition with quad Magneti-Marelli distributors, four-speed manual transmission
All Ferrari left the factory as left-hand drive cars with a Rosso Corsa paint job. Or at least that's what Ferrari told the public back in the day. But the Sultan of Brunei got a few with more changes than just the steering wheel.
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