I remembered this car from a Concours back when the Palos Verdes concours was still held at Trump International in the days before MAGA hats.. I think it was racing windscreen, red, looked like 500 Mondial, had RHD, had a large ivory colored gearshift knob that had roman numerals on it to show the gear pattern. The very tall owner told me that it was some low SN like somewhere between 7th car built and 20th and it was a rebody. It surprised me because old cars from Ferrari's original era, say '49 or '50 , had taller bodies and I didn't think the low body of a mid-'50s body style would fit over it and look right. I was wondering what car it was, what SN and if the owner bought it not even realizing it was that low a SN and thus worth much more? Was it a SN long missing and only a few knew that it had been rebodied? I think these are ultimate barn finds when a Ferrari is rebodied and nobody realizes what treasure lies underneath.