Ferrari Allows the Badges on Modified Cars

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The kidlets over in Maranello, after lending their badge to all manner of questionable tchotchkes (surfboards, cologne, etc.) have actually lent their blessings to the three high-profile coachbuilt cars to debut in the next few months, notable because it's a reversal of a 30-year policy. Peter Kalikow's Scag-based car, along with Yoshiyuki Hayashi's Zagato-bodied, 575-derived machine will both debut at Villa d'Este concours d'elegance in Como, while the much-debated James Glickenhaus P4 redux built by Pininfarina will bow at Pebble Beach.


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