Lamborghini's history is probably one of the most famous stories. The founder, Ferruccio Lamborghini, made his fortune by specializing in tractors. He developed a passion for fast cars and his collection included a Ferrari, which had seen the garage four times within one year. After Mr. Enzo Ferrari himself told Ferruccio not to bother getting into sports cars, he decided to prove him otherwise. Only within a three month period, Ferruccio Lamborghini managed not to only have developed a prototype of the Lamborghini 350 GTV but also to show it at the annual show in Geneva of 1963. Even though Lamborghini was mainly focusing on the development of 'streetcars', there's been competition between the two manufacturers ever since.