There’s something special about exotic dream car manufacturers – the fact that if you have the money they can give you a car that’s actually unique – and there’s the latest exquisite example.
Just because Ferrari caps production at a few thousand examples per year doesn’t mean that among its clients there aren’t those that seek the ultimate in exclusivity – the one-off example. So, because the standard F12tdf while already an extraordinary supercar might be too mundane for some, and Ferrari is clearly no stranger to delivering what the customer wants, the weekend at the Ferrari Finali Mondiali event in Daytona brought another bespoke commission to light.
The SP275 RW Competizione is a car that started life as a standard F12 or a hardcore F12tdf limited to 799 units – we’re not entirely sure. We’re inclined to believe the latter case is true, judging by some of the detailing. According to rumors from the Ferrari Chat forums, the latest Special Projects example is owned by Dr. Rick Workman from Florida and he just took delivery. The model has been two years in the making and is adorned with a spectacular Giallo triplo strato (yellow triple layer) paint with blue carbon detailing, with the design of the body being a tribute to the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C owned by millionaire Preston Henn. This particular car is actually considered to be the most valuable Ferrari ever- worth between 75 and 100 million dollars.
Photos Drew Phillips