In 1962, a Ferrari appeared at Le Mans to challenge the then-new Ferrari 250 GTO — what would become known as the Ferrari Breadvan. The unusual race car was based on the 250 SWB and built by Count Giovanni Volpi, who was cut off by Enzo Ferrari for hiring away Enzo's employees. With only one ever made, the Breadvan has become a legend in its own right, and now designer Niels van Roij has recreated it based on the Ferrari 550 Maranello. The exterior lines are obvious, but where the van Roij's design really succeeds is in the details — the same blue suede on the seats, large flip switches, and the diamond-stitched coverings are all straight from the original. A one-off work for a well-heeled German client, the Ferrari Breadvan Hommage isn't something to be duplicated soon.