The Ferrambo Wagon is a truly remarkable vehicle created by
fusing the drivetrain of a wrecked Ferrari 360 Modena into
a bespoke designed chassis draped in a highly customised Nash
Rambler body. The Ferrambo was devised by Tim Divers, of Divers
Streetrods, and the Ferrambo's owner Mike Warn of Gran Prix
The mid mounted 3.6 litre V8 engine is mounted behind the
two front seats, separated from the passenger compartment
by a firewall with three large windows. The power is sent
to the rear wheels through a six speed manual gearbox also
lifted from the Ferrari 360. While the body is donated by
a Nash Rambler much of it is bespoke, and towards the front
work has clearly been done to emulate the appearance of classic
Ferrari models. The tubular chassis is entirely unique, and
acts as a mounting point for the drivetrain and body.
Inside the Ferrambo is a relatively simple cockpit layout.
The two seats are separated by a sparse centre console which
houses the shifter mechanism, key, and start button. The dash
layout comprises of a single gauge positioned directly in
front of the driver. The custom made wood-rimmed, three spoke
wheel looks very similar to the type found on classic
Ferrari models, as does the gated gear shift cover. Under
the hood of the Ferrambo lies a bespoke luggage compartment
upholstered in the same tan leather as the interior.
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