Here's a puzzle for you early Ferrari fans: In1976 I partnered with Bill to import from Willy Felber in CH a very early "barchetta", alleged to be 09C. When the car arrived, we searched but could not find a chassis no. The very early engine had been restamped to 116. The diff was stamped 018. The entire front of the frame had been changed to coils and tube shocks. The only correct looking instrument was the Jaeger tach. The body was a rough approximation of a Touring barchetta, with rivets all along the body-side ridges. This was apparently the car that David Seielstad describes as 012I. Because we could not find a telaio no., Bill insisted on sending the car back to Felber. I've always wondered what that car was. A "Bitsa"? Does anyone really know what it was? What ever happened to it?