"When Egon Hofer, an Austrian racing driver and classic-car collector, bought a sleek, shiny red 1960s Ferrari once driven by Graham Hill, he thought that he had a unique racing car, worth almost £700,000 today. He was dismayed to discover that there was another 330 P with the same chassis number in the Maranello Rosso museum at Ferraris headquarters near Modena, northern Italy. This week a five-year legal battle came to a head when a court in Modena appointed an independent expert to answer a question that has gripped the world of racing enthusiasts: which Ferrari is the clone?" More... http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,3-2470773,00.html Any thoughts or additional information? I apologize if there have been other posts on this subject before and I missed them!