Ferrari 512 S Modulo, 1970, by Pininfarina. The car started out as a Ferrari 512S (chassis and engine #27) and was converted to 612 Can Am spec. After testing, the engine and transmission were removed and the chassis was stripped down and given to Pininfarina to build a show car. Designed by Paula Martin, when the Modulo was first presented at the Geneva Motor Show it was finished in black. The canopy glass roof that slides forward to allow entry to the cabin. It was subsequently repainted white to be displayed at the Turin Motor Show and then at the Osaka World Fair. In 2014, Pininfarina sold the Modulo to American entrepreneur James Glickenhaus who has had the car restored but has had the car finished in white.