It's shaping up to be an intercontinental grudge match between two Ferrari collectors for the swankiest one-of-a-kind Ferrari. First James Glickenhaus, an American, commissioned Pininfarina to build him a futuristic homage to the P4, the 612 P4/5. Now, Yoshiyuki Hayashi of Japan has commissioned Zagato to fashion a new take on the 250GTZ berlinetta of the mid-1950s and set it atop the chassis of his Ferrari 575M (teaser image, above). The result will be called the 575GTZ. But whereas the Glickenhaus model will debut in Pebble Beach, the GTZ's coming out will be at the Villa D'Este Concours D'Elegance, Cernobbio, Italy later this month. Advantage: Hayashi.
Zagato 575 GTZ [Italiaspeed]
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