One of the characteristics that wine brewers and car manufacturers have in common is that they are meticulous and conscientious in rewarding loyal customers. Indisputably, these two rank among the most precious gifts anyone can ever gather.
When you hear of a wine collector who has had a bottle for ages, you don’t doubt their attachment. Likewise, when a car collector is so popping that the company gives him privileged recognition, he has a reason to chest thump. Ferrari does this kind of rewarding fairy occasionally.
In this breadth of gifting a monumental one-off car was birthed and now John Collins from the UK is the proud custodian. He personally commissioned the Ferrari SP3JC and on it, his unusual tastes are embedded.
One of the things we might never know is how much the vehicle actually costs. We do know, however, that the F12tdf on whose platform this car rides sold for around $500,000 when new, while used examples are currently selling for over $1 million!
We also know that it rides a 780cv V12 engine. Ferrari says that this car was “designed to pay homage to company’s classic 1950s and 1960s roadsters.”
It is made even more curiously outstanding by the color code. The primary color of Bianco Italia accentuated by Azzurro Met and Giallo Modena.
The seats are trimmed in blue leather with a white. The same color is used in the contrasting lining on the interior trim.
It is the kind of car you want to give way. Outstanding. Peculiar. Monumental!
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