Next year represents the 60th anniversary of Ferrari's 1949 wins at Mille Miglia, 24 hours of Le Mans and 24-hours of Francorchamps — the first wins in what would be an illustrious Ferrari racing history. As such, there are rumors Carrozzeria Touring is readying a coachbuilt celebration of those wins destined to be called the Touring Superleggera. While it won't be based on the 166 Barchetta Touring that made history in 1949, it could be based on any number of modern Ferraris; the 612 seems to be the most likely. Our biggest question is "what will it look like?" We put pencil to paper in an attempt to find out; the result after the jump.
Our second question is "can the world handle another custom built Ferrari after the noteworthy Ferrari 612 P4/5 of James Glickenhaus?" Sure. Hopefully this one conforms to a more traditional style, just because we think the original 166 is a design masterpiece. Talk amongst yourselves.