THE HISTORY OF MODEL ARNO XI 50CM
At the beginning of the Sixties Nando Dell’Orto, the famous motorboat racer, decided to put a 12 cylinder Ferrari engine on a 3 point hull prepared by the Cantieri Timossi shipyard. The hull was designed for inboard races (class 800 kgs). The engine was prepared by Rinaldo Tinarelli, who was known as “the wizard” , the structure of the hull was made of wooden joists covered with marine plywood. The engine fairing and the stern fin, both colored in Ferrari red and with Ferrari markings, became a symbol of power and aggressiveness.
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