Ferrari 212 Inter
The Ferrari 212 is a 1951/1952 built model in different versions of the Italian automobile manufacturer Ferrari. The description goes back to the rounded content of a single cylinder.
In 212 it was the successor to the Ferrari 195 with its 2.3 enlarged to 2.55 liter V12 engine with an overhead camshaft ( Bore × Stroke 68 × 58.8 mm Displacement 2562 cc ). Like its predecessor, the 212 had a box frame, front double wishbone and rear rigid axle.
212 Export (1951 /52)
The 212 Export was the successor to the 195 Sport and the imaginary for the GT racing variant of the 212 series. The renewed increase in the Bohrmaßes the displacement of the SOHC V12 increased from 2341 to 2562 cc; yet the performance of the three Weber 32 was - tipped or 36 - twin carburettors engine compared to its predecessor with lower 118 kW specified (160 hp) at 6500 rpm. Wheelbase and chassis remained unchanged from the 195 Sport. Were built with a spider themed body, seven Barchetten and two coupes of Touring, two convertibles, four and seven Spider Vignale coupe and a Spider by Reggiani, a total of about 24 copies.
212 Inter (1951 /52)
As with the 195 as also presented at the Inter- 212 destined for civilian use variant.
With a dual carburetor of the 2.55 -liter V12 made with an overhead camshaft per cylinder bank, the 212 Inter 96 kW (130 hp) at 6500 rpm, later, the machine was also a three- carburetor system and up to 125 kW ( 170 hp ) available.
On a wheelbase of 2600 mm emerged about 84 copies of the 212 Inter, mostly by Ghia, Pinin Farina and Vignale karossiert.
Successor to the 212 was the Ferrari 250