For a car so stunning and elegant, I have few words. Perched upon the green of the 2017 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, the ’67 Ferrari 412 P Competizone was simply unparalleled. I’ve crossed paths with many cars at this point, many on the green and more on the tarmac. Some I love, some I loathe, and of course, best of all, I have my personal favorites. No car, though, has captured my adoration in such a way as the 412 P. It’s neither a favorite nor preference; cars of the 60s often fail to captivate me in ways cars of later eras seem to. I can say though, with utmost confidence, that it is perhaps the most beautiful car I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to see. Its lines are one-of-a-kind, and its form, graceful and poised, unlike any machine I’ve seen before or since. In this latest Aesthetics piece, I’m thrilled to share a host of images of this incredible automobile, and will only hope you’re afforded the chance to see it one day too.
This coming Sunday, the Lowly Gentlemen will be attending EuroSunday to give a sneak peek at the new line of products that we’ve been working