After being forced to use the GTO, Ferrari had the body re-engineered by Pininfarina and produced by Scaglietti. The new Pininfarina design was both lower and wider than the original GTO. While this may have improved handling, the shortened frontal area caused more drag than the original GTO. Check out our photos and images below of the ’64 250 GTO and let us know if you like it more or less than the original (the original wins in my eyes). To learn more, check out the Ferrari 250 GTO ’64 article.