Accidents in the world of classic cars are rarely a good thing — especially when it's a vintage Ferrari. But if it hadn't been for a fender bender in 1972, this one-of-one Zagato-bodied Ferrari 330 GTC would never have existed. The second owner had a minor accident and returned the car to US Ferrari importer Luigi Chinetti for repairs. Chinetti did more than just repair the car — he sent it back to Italy for all-new bodywork by Zagato. The car was featured at the 1974 Geneva International Auto Show at Zagato's booth and in Quattroroute magazine. The car's angular lines and targa top are a marked deviation from Ferraris of the period, and there's no mistaking it for anything from the factory. An ultra-rare example of a Ferrari with Zagato coachwork, this 330 GTC is the definition of a happy accident.