Striking 750 Monza

I know we JUST took the time to appreciate Ferrari’s little 750 Monza, but browsing the beautiful shots in Swiss automotive photographer Michel Zumbrunn’s site I was struck by the unconventional paint on this little beauty. Digging into it a bit, it looks like Modena restoration house Carrozzeria Mirage did the bodywork and paint, and have shared some shots of their process. It’s a stunning little machine, and the American racing colors suit her well.

The color scheme is appropriate. Although she doesn’t have much race history, chassis 0554M spent all of her short career in the Americas, with races at various years of the Bahamas speed week, Road America, Lime Rock, and Riverside.

One response to “Striking 750 Monza”

  1. Mike Jacobsen says:

    Is this a completely new body? While the nose looks correct, the tail has the wrong shape, or so it appears in the photo. The paint job is that of a car raced by Bob Said, et. al.; perhaps Phil Hill also drove it (but it is not the Guiberson paint job, tho the same colors). MJ

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