The 195 Inter is a car produced by the Ferrari car manufacturer in 1950 and 1951. It replaced the previous 166 Inter model in 1950 when this model reached almost 40 units built. The substantial difference between the two models lies in the engine, which goes from 1,955 cc to 2,341.02 cc. The unit displacement, which went from 166 to 195 cc, was precisely the reason for the change of the model name. This vehicle was replaced the following year by the 212 Inter model after reaching 25 units. As usual at that time, the car was made available to the various body builders for the preparation: most of the specimens were bodyworked by Vignale, Carrozzeria Touring and Ghia but two unique specimens were also prepared by Swiss body builders.

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