This car started out as a 1959 250GT PF Coupe. Now it's suffering from an identity crisis. In the late 1960s it went under the hot rodder's knife. A heavy-duty Chevy 350, GM Turbo-400 *automatic* transmission, Camaro brakes, and probably more. At the time this was probably just a 10 year old used Ferrari, and the 5.7 liter V8 surely puts out more power than the 3.0 liter V12. So I understand the attraction of doing this in period. But to me, the Ferrari magic is lost.