This is the kind of over-the-top automotive hubris for which we yearn here at Autoblog. James Glickenhaus, a B-movie mogul turned Wall Street fund manager, has commissioned Pininfarina to build a one-off Ferrari inspired by the original Ferrari P3/4 racers from the late ’60s. The canvas for this crazy project will be the very last unspoiled 2003 Enzo in existence.
Glickenhaus has spilled the beans about his baby all over the internet, most notably on ferrarichat.com according to AutoWeek. It appears the car will debut at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in August to compete in a new prototype class, although the owner hints it may crash a major auto show next season, as well. The G-man has spent nearly $4 million on his modern P4. Check out AutoWeek’s excellent article at the link for more details on the car and its backstory.
[Source: AutoWeek, illustration by M. Poblete]