The Pinin is the only four-door Ferrari ever made
When I mention Ferrari you expect fast supercars that want to basically kill you when you put your foot down. What you don't expect is a four-door sport sedan. Well back in 1980 a one-off concept known as the Ferrari Pinin was created by Pininfarina, to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
The Ferrari Pinin was first unveiled at the 1980 Turin Auto Show by Sergio Pininfarina. Leonardo Fioravanti led the team that has been mainly behind the designs of most Pininfarina Ferrari designs since the 1960s. It had a 5 speed-manual gearbox with a front engined 4.8-litre flat 12.
The interior was tobacco-coloured Connolly leather and the dashboard of the car was designed by Borletti. Its screen display was produced by Veglia, which is only visible when the key is in the ignition.
The current owner of this impressive car is Professor. Anthony Nobles who live in California. He first lost the biddings at Factory auction but after many years of tracking the car Professor. Anthony Nobles got hold of it in 2017 at Maranello.
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