David Lee

  • David Lee and his Dino restomod

    David Lee, the famed collector of all things Ferrari, recently decided to build his own dream machine. What started life as a 1972 Dino has been transformed into the restomodded machine now called a Dino Monza 3.6 Evo. Lee brought the car to Jay Leno's Garage so the affable car lover could give it a proper once over. This is the Dino that Ferrari should've built, and that's the exact sentiment Leno has as well, although we're sure there are many purists out there who will happily disagree. "I love the fact that you kept it all Ferrari", says Leno as he chats with Lee and learns more about the...

  • David Lee has built a Dino Ferrari of his own
    Famous Ferrari collector restomods a Dino, plans to build more for sale

    David Lee loves Ferraris both new and old. The millionaire enthusiast, who owns the California watch and investment empire Hing Wa Lee Jewelers, has amassed an amazing $50 million collection of truly legendary machines. Simple collecting got boring for him, though, and that's why David Lee decided...

  • Jay Leno examines the Ferrari Enzo
    Jay Leno welcomes the "holy grail of sports cars," the Ferrari Enzo

    Jay Leno once again welcomes noted Ferrari collector David Lee into his garage. This time Lee has brought along his 2003 Ferrari Enzo, which leaves both men pining for the world of high-horsepower naturally aspirated engines. A 6.0-liter V-12 engine will do that to you, especially when it can...

  • Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta
    Another famous Ferrari collector denied LaFerrari Aperta

    A healthy bank balance can buy you a lot of things, but it can't always get you behind the wheel of the most exclusive Ferraris. That has long been the case when it comes to purchasing an exclusive, limited-run model Ferrari, but one collector's dilemma exemplifies how stringent the Italian marque...

  • Jay Leno driving a 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4
    Ferrari collector reveals plans for Steve McQueen-inspired brown F12

    Ferrari’s [NYSE:RACE] 275 was the successor to the automaker’s hugely-successful 250 series, and to many it’s still the definitive Ferrari. The cars were beautiful to look at, incredibly fast and even had a few celebrity owners to boot, one of which was Steve McQueen. One of the...

  • Ferrari F40 and 288 GTO
    Ferrari LaFerrari meets its predecessors...in a drag race

    Just seeing one of Ferrari's [NYSE:RACE] flagship cars, or Special Series as the automaker likes to call them, is a rare occasion that most car fans will cherish, but just imagine all five of them, from the 288 GTO of the 1980s right up to the latest LaFerrari, spotted together, and at a track...

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