Per Continental Autosports...
"Back in the early 70's Automobile legend Enzo Ferrari commisioned the making of ceramic tiles with the Ferrari Prancing Horse logo.
They were manufactured by Valentino of Maranello, Italy under Enzo's direction.
They were sold to the public for $90.00 each.
At this price, sales were limited.
The excess stock was put into storage where it sat for years.
When Enzo died and Fiat took over, they gave orders to get rid of the tile.
John Weinberger happened to be at the factory and heard they were for sale.
That's when Continental AutoSports stepped in and purchased the whole lot.
A semi pulled up onto Ogden Ave one day, told Randy and Gary they had a package.
They went out there with a hand cart only to see skids and skids and more skids of tile.
We have been selling them off case by case...piece by piece.
We will continue to do so until there are none left." http://cgi.ebay.com/Ferrari-13-x-13-...item45f0c4b50d http://www.continentalautosports.com/Default.aspx
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