Extremely rare, meticulously restored and practically yours already, bar a little haggling.
Unmoved by the current Ferrari lineup?
Behold: the Kode57 by Ken Okuyama (who designed the Ferrari Enzo) – a speedboat-like, open-topped, F1-nosed roadster based on the Ferrari 599 (with echoes of the 1957 Ferrari Testa Rossa) of which (for now) only five will be built.
Previously: Hot Wheels: Kode 0
Behold the Ferrari Portofino, a lightweight, 592bhp, V8 turbo with retractable hardtop that will accelerate to 100km/h in 3.5 seconds and on to a top speed of 320km/h.
Apparently intended by FCA boss Sergio Marchionne as a rebuke to the problematic (since recalled) Ferrari California, the Portofino will debut at next month’s Frankfurt International Motor Show, resplendent in an all-new shade of cavallino rampante red – Rosso Portofino.
Not an official Ferrari model per se, (or even the 1960s’ swankiest hearse) but rather a unique two-door estate version of the 1965 Ferrari 330GT 2+2.
The 1965 Ferrari 330GT 2+2 Shooting Brake was commissioned by Ferrari importer Luigi Chinetti Jr. and styled by American illustrator Bob Peak, it is thought to be the last Ferrari crafted by Italian coachbuilder Vignale.
Yours for between €600,000 and €770,000.
A 1961 Ferrari 400 Super America SWB coupé aerodynamico (one of only 17 such variants ever made).
Powered by a 4.0l Colombo V12 with Pininfarina styling, a unique Blu Sera paintjob and leather interior, it was shorter, much prettier but no less powerful than its predecesor.
Yours for a trifling $3.25 million+ from Sothebys.