Ferrari is showing dozens of classic and new cars at locations around New York.
Ferrari has been throwing itself a big birthday party all year as the revered brand turns 70 years old. This weekend, the shindig moves to New York City, where various Ferrari displays will be set up around Manhattan.
The biggest display will At Rockefeller Plaza. Called "Through the Decades," it will feature seven cars, one from each decade of Ferrari's existence. Cars at this location will include a 1949 166 MM, 1963 250 California, 1973 Daytona, 1985 GTO, 1993 512TR, 2005 SuperAmerica, 2017 LaFerrari Aperta, and Michael Schumacher's 2001 Formula 1 championship race car.
In addition to the open air display at 30 Rock, the Hublot watch company's store at 743 5th Avenue (at 57th and 5th) will host the "Motorsport and Performance" theme, which will include a 1981 512 BB LM, 2017 488 GTB, and 2010 Formula 1 car.
The "Ferrari Today" exhibit at Ferrari's New York showroom at 410 Park Avenue (Park and 55th). will include a 1964 250 GT Lusso, 1972 Daytona, 2017 812 Superfast, and 2017 GTC4Lusso.
Lastly, "Iconic Ferrari" hosted at RM Sotheby's (1334 York Avenue at 71st) will include the 1951 212, 1957 GTC Cabriolet, 1958 250 GT Berlinetta, 1961 Superamerica, 1964 250 LM, 1965 275 GTB, 1976 308 GTB, 1990 F40, 1995 F50, and 2003 Enzo.
It is perhaps no coincidence that the celebration coincides with the Columbus Day long weekend, which celebrates one of the most famous Italians in US history.