Ferrari P4/5 Competizione Pictures Are The World’s Priciest Build Thread

Ferrari P4/5 Competizione Pictures Are The World’s Priciest Build Thread

It’s not every day that you get to see a bespoke Ferrari emerge through the design process, but 2011’s Baller Of The Year James Glickenhaus (we just awarded him that title on the spot) has been kind enough to share photos of his custom made Ferrari race car with the interior, in what might be the most expensive “build thread” ever.

The latest batch of pictures show the car’s carbon fiber structure essentially complete, with some chassis components sitting in boxes, although the front brake rotors appear to be attached. With many of the car’s components coming from a cannibalized F430 Scuderia, this one-off should be a fearsome competitor when it takes on the 24 Hours of Nurburgring sometime next year.

Gallery: P 4/5 Competizione


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