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Ferrari 575 GTZ Zagato

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Jon.
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Is this going to be a production car or is this a concept? Looks like Ferrari is getting into the retro craze too.
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It's a one-off, custom built for the gentleman in the photo.

Jon.
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Someone has a few spare dollars laying around.
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It's a very cool car. It harkens back to the 250 Zagato, which was spectacular.
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Is there a functional purpose to the two holes in the front of the car? Are they to cool the brakes? I think they ruin the flow of the front, it has a nice round curve then is interrupted sharply by the hard edge of the circle.
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I like it. Has a lot of cues from the 250 GTO, also. Not a bad inspiration.
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Originally Posted by visionology
Is there a functional purpose to the two holes in the front of the car? Are they to cool the brakes? I think they ruin the flow of the front, it has a nice round curve then is interrupted sharply by the hard edge of the circle.

They are for the torpedoes.

Jon.
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Originally Posted by imageWIS
They are for the torpedoes.

Jon.

I am so getting my own GTZ Zagato if it comes with torpedos.
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What the hell is Ferrari thinking these days? This looks like a 612, which IMO is terribly bland, with bigger wheel arches. I love the colour combo and two-tone paint but man that is ugly...to each is own...

A.
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Originally Posted by visionology
Is there a functional purpose to the two holes in the front of the car? Are they to cool the brakes? I think they ruin the flow of the front, it has a nice round curve then is interrupted sharply by the hard edge of the circle.

Brake cooling ducts makes the most sense, but I don't know for sure.
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that guy's wearing a tee shirt with pleated pants.
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Is he Japanese?
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Originally Posted by LabelKing
Is he Japanese?
Yes - Yoshiyuki Hayashi.
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I finally worked out what bothered me about the design; the hindquarters. The rear wheelwell is bulging too much. Make that more subtle and the thing would be just smashing.
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