Remember the Vandenbrink 599 GTO we revealed almost three years ago? Well if not then you might want to brush up on your custom coach built Ferrari’s, because in the spirit of Jim Glicknehaus’s P4/5 built by Pininfarina, Michiel van den Brink and Robert Koumans hope that the Vandenbrink Design Ferrari 599 GTO Ecurie GTX, a retro re bodied 599 GTB Fiorano made to look like a classic GTO race car from the 1960s is as much of a success as the reworked Enzo.

Vandenbrink Design Ferrari 599 GTO Ecurie GTX
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The initial focus of the build is on the realisation of the special sportscar designs which have been very well received by potential customers, especially the Vandenbrink GTO which was conceived as the ’Ferrari 599 GTO Mugello’ concept study. Actual coachbuilding will be performed in cooperation with well-known Ferrari specialist and coachbuilder Hietbrink in the Netherlands. After a very lengthy and highly anticipated wait Vandenbrink Design has revealed just three images of the Ecurie GTX, and even though we have no details whatsoever to go on, judging by the images you can tell that it will be just as memorable as the original.


Source: TeamSpeed

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  (815) posted on 01.10.2010

There’s no doubt that the reputation on the design department of Vandenbrink is amazing and to think their design for the 599 GTO Mugello’ really that creative by which they’ve decided the production of that car and now the 599 GTO Ecurie GTX that may leave a legacy also just like the original one.

  (8) posted on 12.17.2009

Looks too much like an Aston Martin

  (571) posted on 12.16.2009

It’s like a cheetah in front of me, really beautiful. A masterpiece design with a classic touch that’s based on the 1960’s racing car. Well I’m waiting for the car details and expecting a lot on this car.

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