Ferrari automobiles is known for manufacturing luxury sports cars since 1947. The name Ferrari itself is synonymous with ultimate exotic sports cars. Some of its classic limited production cars are still present around the world in their original shape and condition, though the price tag will give you teary eyes.
The production of these cars ceased a long time ago, but now there are some small volume car manufacturers and restoring garages who have taken up the task of manufacturing the replicas of such cars or restoring them to their near original condition, and without any doubt they are doing an excellent job. Here are some of these manufacturers:
The company was formed in 2016 as a sister company to the well-established Auto Mirage ltd U.K. The company takes pride in manufacturing replica of the iconic 1962 Ferrari 250gt known as mirage Mirage gt 250. The Mirage gt can be ordered as a whole car or as a kit-based car, which comes in either one complete package or five partial kits in order to assist in manageable staged construction. Engine sizes can be specified at the time of ordering and all the other parts are either new or custom made. Furthermore, the car can be customized exactly according to the customer’s taste. Though all these bells and whistles does not come cheap, the production car costed around £120,000 including VAT in 2017.
The company is based in Oamaru, New Zealand. Their specialty lies in manufacturing and restoring a vast number of exciting and in-demand road registered cars of 1950s and 60s. But one of their most exciting restoration project is the 1962 Ferrari GTO, only 39 units were made of the original GTO and it’s no wonder that one such beauty was recently auctioned off at a whopping $38 million. The replica GTO 250 is an absolutely stunning hand-crafted car, which almost looks identical to the original one, you wouldn’t even notice that it’s a replica. The car packs a 4.4L V12 engine and can cost around $1 million. Its still a bargain when you consider that the original one costs around $38 million, andthe replica offers bonkers fast performance, identical looks and perfect craftsmanship.
CalSpyder also known as classic cars by Renucci, established in 2005 in Phoenix, AZ is a small privately owned company dedicated to high quality classic vehicle reproduction. With over 25 years of experience in auto industry, Renucci has perfected the art of restoring and reproducing classic cars. They also reproduce the replica of iconic Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder. The car’s engine can be selected from a variety of engines from Ford, Chevy and Jaguar. It offers the same fun for a fraction of the price of original Ferrari, and if you want to drive an iconic Ferrari, but don’t have $20 million in your pocket then this is the car you’ve been looking for.
The Texas based company specializes in replicating the extremely rare Ferrari P4. Apart from the engine and the drivetrain all of the car is exactly replicated. The car is powered by a Ferrari 575 V12 engine producing over 500hp, weighing at just 998 kg the entire body is made up of aluminum. Although the specs sound great, but all of this does not come cheap, the car costs nearly a million dollars at around $850,000.
DeHavilland Motor Company
The company was founded in 2011 in Suffolk, England. Every car is hand built with passion for enthusiasts who want everything according to their specifications. In 2016, the company set to work on the Prototipo, the world’s first production replica of the Ferrari Dino 206s. The car is currently in its advanced stages of production and was displayed on the open day of company is 2019. Since the majority of the company’s business is from fully built cars, it aims to meet the high expectations of clients when it comes to making cars from scrap and also welcomes the opportunity to build a custom car for you.
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KTM X-bow GTX
The new KTM X-bow GTX is officially unveiled. The full carbon fibre racing car from KTM Sportcar GmbH impresses with its unique, spectacular design, which - like the original model of the KTM X-bow GTX, which has been on the market since 2008. In close cooperation with the aerodynamic specialists and technicians of development partner Reiter Engineering, a breath taking, aerodynamically perfect and technologically revolutionary racing car with a ground-breaking safety concept was created, which is just as ideal for track days as it is for professional use in racing.
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