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Jay Kay's 330 GT Vignale
"... brought to life by Alfredo Vignale, who died shortly after. Unlike other shooting brakes, the 330 GT Vignale was rebodied almost completely, with only the windshield and the doors being kept from the original 330 GT 2+2 that was used as a base car. Still considered one of the strangest Ferrari to survive to this day, the Vignale was unveiled at the 1968 Turin Show. Since then it has travelled from Philadelphia to Virginia and then to Paris before finding its peace in Jay K..." Continue Reading →
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