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"But aside from being hysterically expensive and significant gems of the automotive world, there’s one thing that all these incredible cars have in common: every single one of them has a registration plate and is driven on the road. And driven hard." Top Gear, October 2018

  • 2006 Ferrari P 4/5 by Pininfarina

  • 2010 SCG P 4/5 Competizione

  • 1988 Ferrari GTB Turbo

  • 1970 Ferrari Modulo by Pininfarina

  • 1967 Dino Competizione

  • 1967 Baja Boot

  • 1967 Ford MKIV J6

  • 1967 Ferrari 412P 0854

  • 1966 Ferrari P3/4 0846

  • 1966 Lola T-70 Sl 71-32

  • 1957 Chevrolet Belair Convertible

  • 1947 Ferrari 159 Spyder Corsa

  • 1932 Stutz DV-32

  • 1931 Duesenberg J446


2006 Ferrari P4/5 by pininfarina

What? A one off show car created as a collaboration between Glickenhaus and Pininfarina.

Favorite Driving Memory: Driving from the Pininfarina test track to Paris before the Paris Auto Show. We parked in front of Fouquet with no reservation. Police cleared out a spot and offered to watch the car. A famous fashion photographer organized an impromptu fashion shoot. 


2010 SCG P4/5 competizione 

What? A one off race car created by SCG that raced the 24 Hours of Nurburgring in 2011 and 2012.

Favorite Driving Memory: After successfully finishing the 24 Hours of Nurburgring in 2011, we drove the car to Villa d'Este for the Concours d'Elegance.


1988 Ferrari GTB Turbo

What? A two liter turbo that Enzo Ferrari gave to his race driver Nino Vaccarella.

Favorite Driving Memory: Driving around Sicily, up tiny cobble stone roads, rallying the Giro de Sicilia.

1970 Ferrari modulo by pininfarina

What? A one off show car created from a Ferrari 512S race chassis and engine by Pininfarina in 1970. Although the race chassis ran, the show car never ran. Glickenhaus purchased Modulo directly from Pininfarina and spent four years finishing the car to make it drive.

Favorite Driving Memory: Driving to the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, and then across the lawn to the awards ramp.


1970 dino competizione by pininfarina

What? A one off show car created by Pininfarina, sometimes referred to as the Yellow Dino. Glickenhaus purchased Dino Competizione directly from Pininfarina.

Favorite Driving Memory: Bringing Dino Competizione to Sicily to run in the Historic Targa Florio and a road rally tour around Sicily.


1967 Baja Boot

What? A prototype made by GM, designed by the designer of the Lunar Rover, and owned and raced by Steve McQueen.

Favorite Driving Memories: Riding while Chad McQueen drove through the desert at the Thermal Club.


1967 Ford MKIV J6

What? The last car made in the United States of America to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and the only car that finished the race in private hands. Chassis J6 Finished Fourth overall.

Favorite Driving Memory: At the Goodwood Festival of Speed, sitting, idling with AC on and windshield wipers out of an Boeing 707 while 16 engineers tried to start a new Formula One car that was trying to drive up the Hill ahead of us. 


1967 Ferrari 412 P 0854

What? A Ferrari 412 P race car that finished Third at the 24 Hours of Spa.

Favorite Driving Memories: We drove her through the swirling leaves in upstate New York on our way to Lime Rock.


1966 Ferrari P3/4 0846

What? The Ferrari P3/4 race car that won the 24 Hours of Daytona in 1967.

Favorite Driving Memory: So many. Driving in the Historic Targa Florio and Giro d'Sicilia, and push starting during the night stage. Driving the entire Nurburgring with an empty track full of spectators during the 24 Hours of Nurburgring.

For detailed history of 0846, click here.


1966 Lola T-70 Sl 71-32

What? A Donohue/Penske CAN-AM car that won 8 major races, that became our first race to road conversion.

Favorite Driving Memory: Driving into the sunrise on the winding roads of New York State.


1957 Chevrolet Belair Convertible

What? Classic ‘57 Chevy.

Favorite Driving Memory: Meg and Jim driving and stopping at drive in for burgers and shakes.


1947 Ferrari 159 Spyder Corsa

What? The oldest existing Ferrari, the third car Enzo made and the first customer car, with a strong race history including winning the Turin Grand Prix.

Favorite Driving Memory: Meg and Jim driving in Sicily through the rain, continuing up Mt. Etna as the sun came out and they began to dry off.


1932 Stutz DV-32


What? A boat-tailed sports car of its day, with a trunk large enough to fit golf clubs.

Favorite Driving Memory: Driving the backroads of New York like Daisy in Gatsby.


1931 Duesenberg J446

What? A Franay-bodied Duesenberg commissioned by the Queen of Yugoslavia.

Favorite Driving Memory: Driving three generations from New York to Jesse and Amanda’s wedding Rhode Island.

For a complete history of the Duesenberg J446 click here.



If you could build any car, what would it be?
— Andrea Pininfarina, to Jim Glickenhaus in 2005

Then in 2005 Andrea Pininfarina came to Jim with a question, "If you could build any car, what would it be?" This started the process of creating Ferrari P4/5 by Pininfaria that changed our path from collectors to manufacturers.

After creating P4/5, we wanted to make a version to go racing. In 2009 we told Peter Geishecker we were going to build and race a car at the 24 Hours of Nurburgring: 18 months later we unveiled and raced the 24 hours of Nurburgring with P 4/5 Competizione. This became SCG 002.

After two years of racing, a First in Class at the 24 Hours of Nurburgring and an FIA World Championship Cup for Alternative Energies we decided instead of modifying cars to make them our own, it would be easier if we took everything we learned and designed our own car from scratch. In 2013 we told the world we were designing a road/race car from the ground up: 18 months later our factory and a customer’s SCG 003C raced the 24 Hours of Nurburgring and our factory car took First in Class. This became SCG 003C.

We started as kids with our nose pressed to the glass looking in, wanting to know how those incredible cars were created. Today we are the ones making those incredible cars.

We live by the warmth of Mr. Chinetti letting Jim come in from the rain and giving Jim a jacket for his bike ride home. We live by the warmth of Andrea Pininfarina and his family, opening their home to us as we worked together to create Ferrari P4/5 by Pininfarina.

We share everything we are doing with our fans on social media. We respond to questions and posts. We will spend hours answering everyone’s questions regardless of whether that person is a customer, a journalist, or a wide-eyed 12-year-old kid.