Schedoni Ferrari Bags
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Schedoni Ferrari Bags
Sold for € 8,050 (US$ 9,281) inc. premium

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Schedoni Ferrari Bags
The origins of the Schedoni company go back to 1880 when Celso Schedoni opened a small hand-made footwear workshop in Formagine. His son, Giuseppe, took over the business on his father's death in the 1930s – and promptly sold all the equipment to a shoemaker in Modena, on the condition that he could become an apprentice and learn everything about the leather trade. The first contact with Ferrari came in 1976, when Mauro Schedoni's 308 GTB-owning brother-in-law Franco Folli asked him to make a set of luggage that exactly fitted his 'red racer'. The result was a Christmas present for Franco that year and a meeting with Ferrari's Sales Manager who, on seeing the fitted luggage, realized that 'at last we've found the answer to all those people who complain about not being able to fit their luggage in their Ferrari'. Schedoni has been the official supplier of made-to-measure leather suitcases to Ferrari since 1977, when each new road car from Maranello has had its 'own' Schedoni luggage.

The five-piece leather luggage set for Ferrari Testarossa by Schedoni offered is unused and remains in brand-new condition. Each bag is made in brown leather with tan pigskin lining and brass locks and latches. The set is comprising lady's and gent's suit-bags, two vanity cases and a briefcase, each impressed with Prancing Horse and 'Testarossa' logos and with accompanying canvas draw-string bag. All key-sets are included. Very rare and almost impossible to find in this brand-new condition, we recommend close inspection of these Schedoni bags.
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