1930s-1980s Enzo Ferrari office clock. This Larin clock was made in Germany in the 1930s especially for Enzo Ferrari. It hung in his home office and was later transferred to his office at the new Factory when it was built. The clock’s outstanding feature is its self-winding battery mechanism: Enzo Ferrari did not want to waste time winding it up himself and also didn’t want anyone else coming into his office to do it. This special clock can be seen in the background in various interviews with famous racing drivers and personalities. It measures 27cm / 11″ in diameter and is accompanied by a letter from the man who received it prior to auctioning it off for charity in Modena.