Thursday, June 4, 2009

Fantuzzi's 1965 Ferrari 250 GT NART Spyder returns in the form of Pininfarina's Golden Ferrari

Who doesn't love a Ferrari? Especially when it is styled all nice and retro for some added panache. Check out the pictures of this gorgeous beauty that's named "The Golden Ferrari' by Pininfarina-designed Prancing Horse model. There is no official information available on the car, all that we have is guesswork. It looks like it could be the Ferrari 599 GTB. It is styled to resemble the 1965 Ferrari 250GT NART Spyder that was designed and built by Modena coachbuilder Fantuzi for Ferrari's North American importer, Luigi Chinetti. The public had got its first look at this car the 1965 San Francisco Sports Car show and it was based on Ferrari 250 GTE.

It also featured in other motor shows like the New York and Miami Auto shows. "Toby Dammit" was a short film that featured the Spyder and apparently Pininfarina derives its inspiration for the new model from here. It's a hot deal on wheels.

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