What you see here is the culmination of a lifelong dream of a young Californian to become the owner of an Italian exotic. An obsession that took Tom Meade to Modena via any means possible and became a way of life until his death in 2013. Beginning with old Ferrari race car chassis that he could obtain cheaply, Thomas Meade hand-crafted three Thomassima models—I,II, and III. Sadly, number I met its demise in a flood, and number III is on permanent display in the Ferrari museum. Which brings us to number II, or what has been titled a Ferrari 250 P/4 Roadster. Recently unveiled at the 2015 Concorso Italiano, the 1967 Thomassima II is freshly restored to working and original condition and is available for purchasing for the discerning (and deep-pocketed) collector. Take a look here.