Perhaps one of the greatest sounds of all time is a Columbo V12 screaming to redline. Owners of such masterpieces are reticent to push such classics as they were intended due to lack of replacement parts, so this is how GTO Engineering rebuilt the Ferrari aftermarket.
Restoring the classic Italians of yesteryear is an arduous task. Not only are original and replacement parts hard to find, they likely need countless hours of restoration themselves. Enter Mark Lyon. After restoring several cars for the world’s most famous dealers, he decided it would be easier to use the latest in technology to build new versions of old parts. While hinges and trim are easy enough, he and his team decided to take on the hardest challenge first: The iconic Columbo V12 engine. Using the latest in 3D printing, CAD and CAM technology, you too can partake of classic looking parts with modern attention to detail. Perhaps the best way is to experience one of their 250 GTO Recreations, which are only sold through Manhattan Motorcars. Click the button below to learn more and stay with us for all your classic Ferrari news.
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