Replica Ferrari P4 is even better than the real thing

Ferrari P4 replica car by RM Wilson Engineering

The famous Ferrari P4 is every supercar collector’s dream car and only a few can boast to have one. Well, add one more to the tally as RM Wilson Engineering of Leicestershire, England have commissioned a replica Ferrari P4 that resembles the real thing so close that you would be challenged to choose the real one if they were put side by side one other. Deemed as one of the most expensive classic car, the Ferrari P4 replica project is one of the best ones by RM Wilson Engineering who are pioneers in restoring classic Ferraris. Made totally from scratch this Ferrari P4 look alike has a ZF gearbox and also has its own fuel injection system. Powered by a 400i 4 cam engine, this supercar surprisingly produces more horsepower than the real Ferrari P4 courtesy a 360 GT engine!



But what would a great looking supercar be if it was not photographed aptly. So Amy Shore Photography took to the task of photographing this phony Ferrari P4 beast and came up with some really great shots. So, have a look at this amazing DIY supercar in the making in the pictures below.

Ferrari P4 replica car by RM Wilson Engineering

Ferrari P4 replica car by RM Wilson Engineering

Ferrari P4 replica car by RM Wilson Engineering

Ferrari P4 replica car by RM Wilson Engineering

Ferrari P4 replica car by RM Wilson Engineering

Ferrari P4 replica car by RM Wilson Engineering

Ferrari P4 replica car by RM Wilson Engineering

Ferrari P4 replica car by RM Wilson Engineering

Ferrari P4 replica car by RM Wilson Engineering

Ferrari P4 replica car by RM Wilson Engineering

Ferrari P4 replica car by RM Wilson Engineering

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