Peter Giacobbi, an automotive engineer, found 1959 Ferrari Testarossa body shell that had been languishing in an Italian warehouse and set out to recreate his boyhood dream. Finding an original 3-liter motor proved impossible so he sourced a 4.4-liter, Ferrari 365 engine, giving the car over 400 hp, much more than it originally had. The result is a very hand made-looking but faithful reproduction of a classic Ferrari.
It's amazing to me that what in 1959 took a team of men to accomplish can now be accomplished by one man in his garage. And unless you have $35 million to spend on an original, this is the way it has to be done.