Ferrari Classiche Program

 
Certificate of Authenticity
For more than 60 years, Ferrari cars have been eagerly sought after by classic car collectors all over the world. One of the main functions of the Ferrari Classiche department is to issue Certificates of Authenticity to road-model Ferraris over 20 years old and all Ferrari competition cars, including Formula 1 single-seaters of any age. The Certificates officially attest to the cars' authenticity, and also provide important documentation for buyers - should the certified cars ever be sold. Another advantage is that all certified cars are permitted to take part in official Ferrari events, such as the Shell Ferrari Historic Challenge, which takes place in North America and Europe. 

During the certification process, the cars undergo a thorough inspection at Ferrari of New England. This technical examination of the car is the most important step in the process. It reveals whether the car is fully functioning, and if its chassis, engine, gearbox, transmission, suspension, brakes, wheels, bodywork, and interior are original or at least comply with the original specifications.

Quality Guarantee
Ferrari's very-first GT cars roared out of the factory in Maranello in 1948, and some 60 years later, the majority of these cars still exist. Their owners are naturally concerned that they remain in perfect working order, and are as safe and thrilling to drive today as they were when they were first built. 

Maintaining and servicing such sophisticated cars is an extremely specialized and delicate process, one which most garages are unable to undertake. This is the reason Ferrari of New England offers its clients a first-class restoration service dedicated to protecting the heritage of these classic vehicles. 

Every individual component of a Ferrari is designed and constructed with an uncompromising focus on outstanding performance. Detailed information on each of these components, from every Ferrari ever built, is stored in the company's extensive archive. All assembly sheets, plus all of the original designs dating back to 1947, are also stored. Since Ferrari Classiche has access to the in-house foundry and the very same tooling machines used to make the original parts, the department's team of experts is able to restore any Ferrari to its pristine, original condition.
To learn more or to sign up, contact:
Ken Grant
Service & Parts Director
781-619-6956

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Frequently Asked Questions
Does my Ferrari qualify?
Road models that are at least 20 years old or competition cars of any age qualify.

How long does it take?
It is a fairly long process, but we are here to help you every step of the way. This includes inspecting and restoring your car, as well as submitting paperwork to Ferrari. The majority of the work is done in our shop.

What are the benefits?
Your certified car becomes more attractive to other collectors if you choose to sell it. Depending on the model, this can make the car significantly more valuable.

The certificate also serves as an official invitation to participate in Ferrari Classiche events. You will get exclusive opportunities to show your car in events that celebrate Ferrari's rich history, and even more chances to connect with other classic Ferrari owners.