One of Enzo Ferrari’s most trusted contributors, Sergio Scaglietti, has died at the age of 91.
The famed designer and custom car builder died Monday.
Scaglietti opened a repair shop across the street from the Ferrari works in Modena, Italy. Soon, he was repairing Ferraris and later began designing some of the automaker’s most storied models. He is credited with the 1958 Ferrari 250Testa Rossa and his Carrozzeria Scaglietti built some of the most famous custom-bodied Ferraris, including the 250 California and 250 GTO, which were designed by another longtime Ferrari associate, Pininfarina.
The entire house of Ferrari was in mourning following Scaglietti’s death.