From Motor Trend Magazine:
For the enthusiast, there’s nothing like seeing in-period footage of vintage cars tearing up the road, and that’s exactly what today’s video find is. Three Ferraris – a 250 GTO, 250 California Spyder, and 250 Pininfarina Coupe – on Mulholland Drive in the 1960s being driven the way Enzo intended. Of course there’s a fair amount of goofing around by the drivers as well – one of whom who was a founding member of Southern California’s first Ferrari club.
The video was recently rediscovered by the poster (the owner and driver of the GTO) and his commentary – full of recollections, memories, and observations – is as mesmerizing as the footage itself. Today, this collection of three Ferraris would be worth in the neighborhood of $20 million, but in the period this 8mm film was shot, they were considered nothing but interesting used cars – the vintage Ferrari market had yet to begin its stratospheric soar. Different times, to be sure. Click below to check it out.