A car with multiple identities: #002C.
This Ferrari race car was originally a 166 Spyder Corsa with cycle wings, which was evolved from a type 125S. The Motto Barchetta body pictured here was on chassis 002C from approximately 1952 until approximately 1968. Chassis 002C received a reconstructed cycle wing Spyder Corsa body and the Motto body was put on chassis #031S from the Stabilimenti Farina 166 Inter.
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