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1968 Ferrari 250 P5 Speciale news, pictures, specifications, and information
This Ferrari 250 P5/P6 was designed by Pininfarina and probably constructed using a P4 chassis. There is a rear-mounted V-12 engine displacing three-liters. It was shown at the Geneva Motor Show and showed the collaboration between the Ferrari marque and the Pininfarina Design studio.

This concept was a study in aerodynamics, form, and potential future designs. It was a love-or-hate design with some enjoying it while others having strong negative reactions.

By Daniel Vaughan | Feb 2007
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