There's a certain pride one feels when they see a one-of-a-kind vehicle go from defunct to free-riding. Thanks to the efforts of James Glickenhaus, the Ferrari Modulo has instilled this exact pride. In a recent Facebook video, we see the Modulo drive again, for the first time in years.

The Ferrari Modulo was a car concept from the late 1960s. It was drawn up by Pininfarina designer Paolo Martin using the chassis of a donor Ferrari 512 S race car. The single production vehicle was debuted at the 1970 Geneva Auto Show.

Pininfarina held on to the vehicle until 2014, where it was sold to Glickenhaus for an undisclosed price. Though we can't imagine it was cheap. Glickenhaus is the man behind SCG, and they've gathered a large collection of rare cars, including the Ferrari P4/5, P4/5 Competizione, and the SCG003.

We don't know whether or not the Modulo will be made street legal. The vehicle was being restored in Europe, but its final residence will be in New York, United States. Either way, we're just happy to see it moving.