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575 GTZ and its owner Yoshiyuki Hayashi
The first working Ferrari designed by Zagato was the 166 MM Panoramica in 1950.
The 1951 166MM Barchetta was inspired by a Formula one car of the day.
1952 166 MM Elaborata
1956 250GTZ Berlina
1956 250GT Coupe Corsa
1957 250 GT Competiz
The 1957 250 GTZ Lusso was the fourth in the series that Zagato prepared for Ferrari
In 1971, two decades after the 166 Panoramica, Zagato produced the 12-cylinder 3Z Spider for Luigi Chinetti.
The 1959 250 GTZ prototipo was the last of the five 250 GT cars with bodies made by Zagato in the Fifties.
The third 250 GTZ was commissioned by Camillo Luglio, following his important wins in his first Ferrari Zagato, to compete in the Italian 1957 championship.
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