The 1958 Ferrari Testa Rossa racing vehicle Lucybelle II, piloted by Americans Ed Hugus and Ray “Ernie” Erickson in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, is honored by the Ferrari Testa Rossa J Pebble Beach Edition. The Pebble Beach Edition is the only Testa Rossa J to sport the classic Bianco Cervino with blue stripes livery, and it also sports the legendary 22 racing number. The car also has period-correct racing lights, a painted “Lucybelle II” emblem on one side, and a painted Stars and Stripes flag on the other. This level of attention to detail is unsurpassed (per Acrofan ).
However, it goes beyond just how it appears. Additionally, it retains the original suspension and steering geometry of its race-bred forebears. Even the 12-inch wire wheels, which each have authentic Pirelli Cinturato tires, are replicas of the racing car’s original Borrani alloy rollers. The car’s interior features retro-inspired seats made of red leather (with white piping) that came from the same tanneries that make the upholstery for Ferrari’s road cars.
Ferrari / The Little Car Company A Manettino switch from the Ferrari 812 Superfast is mounted on the dash, along with the world’s smallest quick-release Nardi steering wheel (a scaled replica of the original). The four driving modes that the automobile offers are novice, comfortable, sport, and race mode.