I hope Mr.Glickenhaus gets to read this, because I really need the Modulo guru. First of all, I would like to congratulate your team, specially Sal Barone, for turning the Ferrari Modulo from a static sculpture into an actual car. Your job was extremely well executed, in keeping with the original aesthetics of the car. Secondly, I would like you to clarify what the identity of this chassis is. As I have read in several sources, the Modulo was supposedly a “surplus” 512S chassis, in this case, the 27th chassis. Most people agree that Ferrari built the 25 demanded 512 in order to compete with an engine of over 3 litres outside the “prototype” category. The 25 512S chassis are all numbered evenly from 1002 to 1050, which means that a 27th chassis should be 1054. However, I have read on certain sources that Modulo carries chassis number 0864, which would place it somewhere between the last P4s and early 312Ps. This seems contradictory with the story that Modulo was converted from 512S to 612 Can-Am specifications, since the 612 Can-Am was built before any 512, and carries chassis number 0866. Besides, as far as I’m concerned, the only 512 turned into Can-Am specifications was 1010. Barchetta says that the modulo's chassis number dates back to 1968, when no 512s existed AFAIK. So was there ever a car with chassis number 0864 before any 512s were produced? Why does Modulo have an "outdated" number for 1970? Thank you Mr.Glickenhaus, or anyone who can solve my confusion.