Coupe-station wagon based on Ferrari 612 Scaglietti will be auctioned off

Coupe-station wagon based on Ferrari 612 Scaglietti will be auctioned off

October 5, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The car is estimated at 150-250 thousand euros

A Shooting Break based on a Ferrari 612 Scaglietti will be on display at The Zoute Sale at Bonhams on October 11. A unique car exists in a single copy, and according to preliminary estimates, you can get 150-250 thousand euros for it.

The car put up for sale was shown in the summer of 2019. The station wagon took 15 months and 2500 man-hours to build; the basis for it was the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti. The donor had the roof extended – the new outer panels were hand-knocked out of aluminum at van Roomen Carrosserie of Hoevelaken – and the rear of the cabin was also altered – this was done by the Belgian Carat workshop.

At the same time, Ferrari equipped with an electric tailgate and heated rear window. Small glass sections in the roof helped to add light to the cabin. But the technical stuffing, meanwhile, has not changed: under the hood of the shooting break, the aspirated V12 with a working volume of 5.7 liters, like the 612 Scaglietti, develops 540 horsepower and 588 Nm of torque and is combined with a six-speed robotized gearbox F1A.

However, a no less interesting option for a shooting break is offered by the Dutch dealer of exclusive cars Classic Youngtimers Consultancy, which has put up for sale the Rolls-Royce Silver Specter Shooting Brake wagon, built on the basis of the Wraith coupe. The design of this car was developed by London studio Niels van Roij Design, and the car was built by Carat Duchatelet.