This 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 is one of only four made, and the only one that has remained in its original state. In spite of it's rarity it's not a museum piece, and it likes to get thrashed around on the track.
In this latest video from Petrolicious Nick Longhi, a Ferrari racing instructor takes the gorgeous 330 out to stretch its legs on track. While the 330 P4 wasn't able to defeat the dominant GT40s at Le Mans it managed to sweep the podium at the 1967 24 Hours Of Daytona, and clinch Ferrari the World Sportscar Championship.
It was completely hand built and you can see the all the individual hammer marks in the innards. Certainly something you don't see in anything at Le Mans today.
The 330 P4 looks fast even when it's standing still, and its V12 sounds even better than it looks.