But something occurred to me the other day: Why aren’t there more Ferrari restomods? A quick search turned up very few results, and this 1984 Ferrari 512 BBi restomod was, by far, the best one. It was actually up for sale a few years ago for $365,000. No clue what’s happened to it since, but it’s absolutely gorgeous inside and out. Notice the carbon-fiber fender liners, larger wheels, and lowered height. Its mid-mounted flat-12 looks as lovely as ever. I’d treasure every moment behind the wheel. So why aren’t there more restomod Ferraris? Because owners would become outcasts in the very exclusive classic Ferrari community. Plus, Ferrari HQ wouldn’t at all be happy. In fact, they’d be downright insulted. Why?