This might be the closest thing you can get to a real Ferrari P4 racer, given the incredible exclusivity of the actual deal.
Back in 1967, the Prancing Horse produced the 330 P4 as a direct response to the incredibly successful Ford GT. It came with better aerodynamics and more power than the P3 predecessor – and it had a mid-mounted V12 with 450 horsepower (335 kilowatt), along with a three-valve cylinder head inspired by the Italian Grand Prix-winning Formula One cars. The new model brought tremendous success to the brand – a P4 won the 1967 Monza 1000 Kilometers, while three of the four P4s that were ever manufactured would smack a first, second, and third podium placement at the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona. The p4 was swiftly replaced by the 312 P in 1969, with the only four units ever produced now hidden inside private collections.
This is why the car in the images is actually an exact replica created by P4 by Norwood of Rockwall, Texas, a company that specializes in exactly that – delivering the most incredible Ferrari P4 replicas in existence. It’s usually a three-year waiting list, but one lucky buyer can just head to eBay and shell out a chunk load of cash for it right away. The starting bid is at $850k and the replica uses a modern Ferrari 575 V12 with a modern Ferrari 575 V12 and ECU – but other than that the model is exactly like a P4 from 1967.