Ferrari's first production racing car, the 166 MM, was introduced late in 1948. In the following years the model evolved into the 195 Sport, 212 Export, 225 Sport and finally the 250 MM. The Ferrari 212 Export is a model of the Italian car manufacturer Ferrari that was built from 1951 to 1953 in different versions. A total of 27 copies were built. Fourteen received an open two-seater body, seven of them with a Barchetta body from Touring, three as a Vignale Spider, two as a Vignale convertible and one each from Carrozzeria Motto and from Fontana.Thirteen vehicles were given a closed body, eight with a coupé or berlinetta body from Vignale, three berlinettes from Touring and one berlinetta each from Carrozzeria Motto and one from Fontana. Vignale was an Italian automotive design and body construction company that existed from 1946 to 1974.