Scuderia Ferrari wing emblems (large).
These emblems weigh 185 grams a piece, and each one meassures 86 mm wide by 106 mm tall. The are made of chromed copper with an enamel surface. The box and the emblems together weighs in at 610 grams, and the sence of quality you get when holding the box is the same as when you hold an expensive watch in your hand. The box meassures 120x120x40 mm and is made of real leather, with beautiful contrasting white stitching to remind you of the interior of a Ferrari road car. With thick doublesided tape, you can fit these emblems to the fenders of any Ferrari 360 and 430 model. Just make sure the tape is thick enough. Or why not just ad them to your memorobilia collection, or use them as paperweights on your desk. They needless to say makes the perfect gift to any one interested in cars and the myth surrounding Ferrari.
The prancing horse symbol was according to the legend given to a certain Enzo Ferrari by the mother of a fallen Italian WW1 flying ace, count Baracca. The symbol was first used by Enzo on the shields of Scuderia Ferrari, which at first was the name of the Alfa Romeo factorys racing team over which young Enzo was boss at the time.
Enzo Ferrari went on to found the most famous racing team and car building company in the world, and his beloved “Il cavallino rampante”, as the stallion is called in Italy, has adourned Ferrari´s cars since the very first day.