1959 Connette Monza

Second Floor - Industry

Its name likely an alternative spelling of “Chinetti,” the last name of Ferrari’s first U.S. importer, the race-ready Connette Monza was manufactured by the North Hollywood-based company Charcon, Inc. It was styled to resemble a Ferrari Monza, the iconic Scaglietti designed mid-entury Ferrari. Intended for serious racing, it was equipped with direct steering, coil spring suspension, an automatic clutch, and Naugahyde trim.

Collection of Kevin Cogan