Got an extra $795,000 lying around? If you do, you might be able to pick up the only four-door Ferrari Pinin still in existence. Actually, only two were ever made, so the Pinin is about as rare as a car can be.
The car was designed and built as a concept car in 1980, but Enzo Ferrari never got any further than that with it. Compared to the legendary two-door Ferrari models, the Pinin’s aesthetics are rather drab. Yes, the engine’s a standout, but it looks more K Car than Super Car.
Oh, and that price tag? It was listed for $795,000 . . . back in 2015. By now, you likely need well north of $1,000,000 to drive it home.
However, your sister is correct in saying not all Ferraris are totally out of reach. You can pick up a used (as in 25+ years old) lower-end model starting for around $70,000.
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