Behold: the Vandenbrink Ferrari 612 Shooting Brake – a 2005 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti 2+2 reworked by Dutch company Vandenbrink Design in shooting brake style with two skylights over the rear seats and a small rear spoiler linking to the original back end with its four round tail lights.

With no change to the Scaglietti’s 5.7-litre, 540bhp V12 power plant, this unique one-off is yours for £300,000. An unaltered 2005 612 Scaglietti (admittedly not the most beautiful of Ferraris) costs around €100,000, depending on mileage and condition.

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  1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

    Add a toe-hitch and slap a caravan on and you could have a lovely holiday.

      1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

        Tbh I’d rather lever my toenails off with a can opener than go on a caravan holiday.

          1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            I’ve never been in a caravan! Not an interesting fact, merely a fact.

  2. martco

    it actually looks like a hot wheels car

    great colour, the rest is ridiculous

    oh and G’WAN THE DIAGEO! nice one.

    screw you gobsheen London Irish

  3. Termagant

    I love a good estate. Seems like their market niche has been taken over by SUVs. Absolutely tragic.

    1. shayna

      I had an Alfa 33 Cloverleaf Sport wagon – in black – I loved it, not terribly reliable admittedly, she was old – I replaced the engine 3 times, I know?

      1. martco

        @Shayna
        one of my favourite past motors was an Alfasud, had to be serviced every 4000 miles (in between periods where it was off the road with electrical issues) & bodywork so crap thin it was basically a black negligee.
        loved that car.

        1. shayna

          I know the Alfasud – it looked great – my History teacher had one – back in the early 80s – she was always late – guess why – car trouble!

    2. GuessWho

      I had a Volvo V70, absolutely loved that car. Still have an estate, handy for bikes, bbq, and sometimes sleeping in

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