The Ferrari you see here started life in 1966 as a four passenger (2+2) Ferrari 330 GT Coupe. In the early, or mid 80's the car was restored, rebodied, and modified to it's present configuration by The Fine Car Store of San Diego, California. The Body is entirely new. The car does, however, retain it's original chassis plate and chassis number (7125) for the VIN. It also has it's original V12 Ferrari engine, 5 speed transmission, the original gauges, Nardi steering wheel, and Borrani wire wheels.The proprietor of The Fine Car Store has previously stated that he built only 2 of these cars which replicate the style of the Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder. Do Not Mistake this for one of the full replica Ford engine cars. Shortly after this cars completion, it went to into the collection of a prominent collector in the pacific Northwest. During its time with this collector, the car was occasionally shown, but not regularly driven until 2001. The car remains in virtually like new condition. the car had all new paint, leather, carpets, and canvas top in the late 80's, and all remain in like new condition today. the odometer reading is 18,111 Kilometers, and is believed to be correct. The car certainly runs like like an 18,000 k car, it is strong, and has good oil pressure even when fully warmed up.The synchros in the transmission are tight, and at 100+ MPH, the car feels tight and free of vibrations. The only item that is currently not functioning on the car is the clock. the heater works, and this car could be driven cross country today. With the big 330 V12, and lightweight body, this car is very fast.