I'd head there were a couple of Delta's that made it over here and some were unaccounted for. Be interesting to see if there was any export documentation on it.
I'm confused by your post there is it Heffner or Hennessey who are the idiots in charge of the rotating time bomb?
And now class I have more questions as you were so helpful with the Fisker.
I was riding along and decided to get off and walk the bike for a few click's in search of a decent pizza place (there is only one around me and I was nowhere near it). As I was crossing the road this yellow sporty thingy pulls up making a way too familiar noise. At first glance I think some loon has gone and bastardized a Super 7 kit and dropped a 328 motor in it. As it chortles and rolls around the corner it becomes all to apparent this is some horse of a very different colour. Bulbous without having the CAD/CAM look to it, slightly larger than a Super 7, Scud crest on the right side front wing and what appeared to be the original metal Ferrari nameplate. It was in view for too short a time to pull out a camera.
Give us a clue - what general era did it appear to be? 50-60s? 70-80s? Newer? When you say it looked like a Super 7, do you mean that the front end was almost open-wheel? We've already established I know very little about the various Ferrari flora & fauna, but I can't think of anything other than a Ferrari F1 car that has wheels outboard of a center fuselage? Magick??