Replica Kit Car Has No Identity, Utilizes A 350 Small Block: eBay Find0
Today we present to you this Porsc, err, no. Here we have a Ferrari Tester, not really though. Check out this Lamborg… nope. We mean Ferrar… nope. Ahem, a McLar… ugh. We’re not really sure what this is, and the seller seems just as perplexed as us. The story behind this is also quite strange.
The seller says this is one of four “concept cars” built by professional driver Frank Perisi in the early 1980s. But wait, there’s more to this puzzle. The car is titled as a 1965 Porsche 911, but the car has been modified so extensively inside and out, underpinnings and all, that no one has the slightest clue what the donor vehicle actually is.
The seller describes the looks as a cross between a Ferrari and Lamborghini, but we see a little NSX in those headlights, and a profile resembling a Pontiac Fiero. It’s like one of those optical illusions, different eyes see different things.
But it’s here because of the heart of this car. Powering the franken-vehicle is a 350 cubic-inch small block, pushing power to the rear wheels. Normally auto ads don’t make us chuckle, but this car’s description stuck us funny.
“Does it have electric windows and air conditioning? No it does not. Nor does it have a top.”
Well said seller, well said.
So, we’re out of things to say about this interesting piece of machinery. If you’re interested in this unique build, you can find more information and follow the auction at the link here.
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