In earlier years, racecar designers wanted to add their own flair to what they’d see on the world’s greatest circuits. Only a swift glance is needed to discover the beauty of the 1967 Ferrari 330 P4. Piere Drogo was the designer of this Italian-manufactured creation; the sleek and futuristic design of the Ferrari 330 P4 silently displays his genius. Even today, with only one left somewhere in the world, the car sits looking like something that belongs in the future. Just imagine if you owned one. While you’re cruising around, comfortable in its racecar-designed interior, the world would be your race track and every car that dares to rev its engine would be an opportunity to show off what the engine of the Ferrari 330 P4 holds. That’s a feeling that easily leaves a man who is passionate about all-things-motor on top of the world.
With a racecar that has such a clean exterior and interior, you have to wonder if it can live up to what it is truly called to do: win races. With a 5-speed manual transmission and Ferrari’s largest rear-engine (Lampredi V12), that answers the question. However, the specifications don’t end there. Updated from its earlier model, the P3, the P4 came with Lucas fuel injection and intakes. With a top speed of 210 mph, that only adds to the P4’s charm. The kit of the 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 was outstanding, and we have to tip our hats to Mr. Piere Drogo for conjuring up such a fantastic creation that will never be forgotten.