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The first car that Enzo Ferrari did build was the pre-war AAC 815. A total of two cars, Serial numbers 020S and 021S, were produced. After World War two, he did set up the Factory we know so well today in 1947, producing the 125 Sport. More than 300 models did follow the 125 S until today including more than 70 models since the introduction of the VIN. Production figures of many of them are known, some are still differing between various sources.

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