Even though the first Ferrari was a 12-cyclinder race car called the 125 S that was built in 1947, the first vehicle actually manufactured by Enzo Ferrari, the company's founder, was the 815, an 8-cyclinder, 1500 cc machine. Only two of these cars were built in 1939 at Enzo Ferrari's first company, Auto Avio Contruzioni—due to a non-compete clause with his former employer, Alfa Romeo, the first Ferrari automobile to wear a Ferrari badge was...Continue Reading