Joel that's awesome!Here's a homebuilt Ferrari 250 GTO with a body that I built.
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The molds still exist if anyone is interested in building one. It's 94.5" wheel base and body is 6" wider than original GTO. Mine is build on a custom tube spaceframe/chassis using C5 drivetrain (thus the extra body width). You could potentially use a shortened C5 chassis.
The plan is to bring this car out for it's first car show in a couple of weeks at the 24 Hours of Octane in Prescott, AZ.
Unlike the other bare body, my GTO is not up for sale. After spending quite a bit of time fabricating a custom tube chassis, putting a GTO body on a FFR Daytona chassis seems like a smart way to go
I don't have an opinion other than the previous post about likely made by someone local that is well know for one-off movie cars. Anyway, I considered it briefly but I don't need another project unless it could be a fairly easy build. With a one piece body with no jams or door inners it's just more than I want to take on right now. Fabricating jams, fabricating or finding a suitable door shell and then matching that to the "B" pilar to get the latch and seals to work out is just more than I'd want to jump on right now.
Fran,There wasn't a Z chassis used in F v F
We used Cobras track cars which we lengthened the wheelbase on , due to time constraints.
We did the 250 and the 275 gtb bodies
We did these from scratch