Ferrari By: Jed Paine

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Ferrari has been around since the 1920's. The company was started by a man name Enzo Ferrari. When the company was first introduced he had no desire to produce street cars. Not long after that, the company made their first major shift into making street cars.
The black prancing horse in the world famous logo, was originally the symbol of italian flying ace during world war 1. Now when people see that horse they do not think of that, they think of a fast and luxurious car.
Ferrari is one of the most respected companies world wide.
My personal reactions came from learning about the history of such a well respected company. one of them is how interesting it is on how the company started and turned into a international company.


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