Ferrari 750 Monza - Unique 'One-Off' cars in Australia pt.12

By: Unique Cars magazine

Presented by

ferrari 750 monza ferrari 750 monza

Back in 2009, we put together a list of 13 of our favourite one-offs that had been featured in Unique Cars – or advertised for sale (not counting modified cars or ‘specials’). Topping the list was the Ferrari 750 Monza


Ferrari 750 Monza

From Unqiue Cars #300, Jun/Jul 2009

Australia’s only 750 Monza was the cover car of our Ferrari 60th Anniversary special issue (#277).

Shot under lights in a special display area at the Classic Adelaide, Ferrari’s first, and last, four-cylinder sports car is a stark contrast to the better-known V8 and V12 models from the Maranello stable.

| Read next: Ferrari 250 GTO recreation review

Ferrari’s four-cylinder sports cars, including the lightweight, aluminium-bodied 750, were built in limited numbers in the early-‘50s to compete in the World Sportscar Championship… and succeeded in winning the inaugural title.

Australia’s 750 is an early, ex-factory team car that is believed to have been raced by Mike Hawthorn and Phil Hill, amongst others, recording several important victories.

| Read the full review on the Ferrari 750 Monza here


Our top 13 'One-Off' list:

1. Nissan R34 GT-R Z-Tune

2. Studebaker Commander Cabriolet

3. Porsche 959

4. Lincoln Model K Lebaron Coupe

5. Plymouth AAR 'Cuda

6. Chevrolet Corvette L88

7. Clement

8. 1938 Lancia Astura Farina Cabriolet

9. 1958 Buick Limited

10. Alfa Romeo G1

11. BMW M1

12. Ferrari 750 Monza

13. Dodge Daytona


Unique Cars magazine Value Guides

Sell your car for free right here



Subscribe to Unique Cars Magazine and save 50%
Australia’s classic and muscle car bible. With stunning features, advice, market intelligence and hundreds of cars for sale.