A lack of funds didn't stop this passionate Ferrari fan from owning the 250 Testa Rossa of his dreams. Since actual examples cost a minimum of $30 million, he simply went and built his own. The owner is Peter Giacobbi, and this is his labor of love on a new episode of Jay Leno's Garage: a 1959 Ferrari 250 TR tribute car. It may be the most exacting tribute car we have ever seen. Giacobbi explains everything is Ferrari-sourced down to the same nuts and bolts the Italian firm used to build the original 250 TR models. As his story goes, Giacobbi was told of a warehouse in Italy that housed...
Jaguar Embarks On First Re-Creation Project: Six New 1963 Lightweight E-Types
In automotive circles, recreations, vehicles that continue original chassis codes and are built using original designs and techniques, tend to have equal numbers of fans and critics. On the plus side, recreations allow a new generation of enthusiasts to get acquainted with classic cars, and even...Viknesh Vijayenthiran