The body is undeniably Pininfarina, but had Enzo Ferrari had his way it never would have existed. Ferrari had a very restricting contract with the prodigious body building company and if not for some finagling by a Rome dealer, the A6GCS/53 may never have seen the light of day. The Berlinetta’s gorgeous from is only outdone by its racing pedigree though. It was built for competition in road racing events like the Mille Miglia. Under it’s beautiful skin is a race-bred chassis built by Gilco, and powering it is a free-revving short-stroke inline six-cylinder that delivers around 170 hp. Definitively Italian the A6GCS is alluring to view and astounding to hear. Get your own eyeful or earful to fully comprehend this lustful vehicle.