Very remiss of me not to have noticed that before. The eBay seller has made the 'classic' mistake in listing this P4 replica as a 'Ferrari', when in fact this car has ZERO Ferrari content. The car is of course, a (Ford-powered) Noble P4 replica. Why has the seller described it as a 'Ferrari' ? .... Plain Dumb !! Ferrari seem very keen to clamp down on this kind of copyright infringement, lately, and last year, had eBay listings for both the Sbarro Tipo P4 (which is based on a 308GTS), and another (similarly mis-described) Noble P4 for sale by DIMA Automobili in Bolzona, Italy, removed - even attempting to seize the latter car. 2 days into the 10-day auction, and it's still there. Will Be interesting to see how fast Ferrari S.p.A.'s Uffico Legale move on this one.