That’s the business end of a Ferrari 550 shooting brake. It was nearly two years ago when renderings of a peculiar Ferrari 550 Maranello showed up on our radar. We say peculiar because the images depicted a shooting brake modeled after one of the most famous Ferrari racing cars of all time, the 250 GT SWB known as the Breadvan. It wasn’t designed to be a racing wagon – the stretched roof offered an aerodynamic advantage but the result was a Ferrari with a boxy backside, and thus the legend was born.Admittedly, we see renderings of fantastic vehicles every day, often backed with good-intentioned but empty promises about the real thing coming soon. Niels van Roij Design is the company behind this idea of building a late model Breadvan from a 550 Maranello, and we’re happy to say that promise isn’t empty at all. The project has been chronicled on the company’s social media channels, with the most recent photos showing the Breadvan Hommage sitting in a paint booth with its chunky butt positively glowing in a rich shade of arrest-me red. Of course, the design firm hasn’t just whittled away the last two years. Among other things, company boss… Read full this story
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