Originally Posted by PSk
Agree, but my point was the body was designed by Bizzarrini, not Drogo.
Thus IMO acknowledgement should go to the designer not the constructor. The first owner of the car and person who instigated the modifications, Count Volpi very clearly states the car was the effort of Bizzarrini design wise.
Anyway ... mute point I guess. I just don't agree with the car being called the 'Drogo breadvan'.
As you known, I wrote the Bizzarrini book, and I finish now the second edition of the official Bizzarrini book. I m very good friend with Giotto and I visit him many times.
The Breadvan was imagined by Giotto, and he told me that the Ferrari GTO evolution was going like this because the better aerodynamic.
THen, as Giotto didn t have a body shop, the car was built at Drogo.
Remember, as this time in Italy, everybody was working together and they was all friends.
Now, many projects made or imagined by Giotto have never been seen simply, because most of them are not show.
Who ever see this car below ?
Don t start to say that it s fake a a replica, because you don t known this car !
Can anyone tell me which engine the car use and when it was built ?