Much like a "unicorn chaser" for horrific imagery, this is the perfect video to listen to after being subjected to annoying audio. It's Maximilian Werner's Ferrari 250 SWB GT Breadvan pole position lap from the 2013 Oldtimer Grand Prix at the Nürburgring.
It turns out the Breadvan's weird history was all subterfuge. No Count Volpi, no Giotto Bizzarrini, no outrunning a 250 GTO at Le Mans: this thing is reindeer-powered and runs in the stratosphere. Happy whatever-you-celebrate-on-the-26th!
The Breadvan could have a Peugeot diesel and it would still be the coolest punk racecar ever built. Thankfully, it hasn't got a Peugeot diesel. It's got a 3.0-liter V12 whose sound is utterly beyond adjectives. Volume at 11, go.
What happens when Enzo Ferrari won't give you a GTO? You upgrade a Ferrari 250 GT SWB, turn it into a Kammbacked masterpiece and call it Drogo, a.k.a., the "breadvan," a.k.a., a Ferrari both sexy and totally bizzarre-ini. [formfreu.de]
So Brad Pitt is set to play Steve McQueen in a biopic? Here’s the car he’ll have to master: McQueen’s 1963 Lusso. Some say it’s the most beautiful Ferrari ever built.
We just came across a set of new spy shots of what appears to be an as-of-yet-unknown new Chery van which to us looks a whole lot like a plus-size kei-type van. Aside from noting the dude smoking a cigarette in the drivers seat and — is that toilet paper on the dash? Whatever, we've got nothing on this one. As you may…
Oh, you're going to nitpick me about whether or not the 456 Venice is a shooting brake? Well, I call your mouth and re-raise you all in with this: Behold the Breadvan. The car is a direct result of the infamous "Palace Revolt" of 1961 when many of Ferrari's top boffins were sacked and/or quit because of a dust up with…