5 Ultra-Rare Ferraris

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You won't find any of these one-off Ferraris on the road.

One of the best things that comes with having money is the ability to purchase a one-off Ferrari. Owning a one-of-a-kind Ferrari is the cherry on top of the rich man's sundae. The one-off Ferraris featured here aren't mechanical marvels; they don't tear up the track and leave other supercars cowering in fear. No, these ultra-rare Ferraris are special because they're the only one of their kind. They say the best things in life are free but that's pretty hard to believe after you've seen all of these one-off Ferraris.

The Ferrari 575 GTZ is technically a 575M Maranello in Zagato guise. It was designed to look like the Zagato 250 GTZ and features the brand's trademark double-bubble roof, large grille and showy fenders. Six of these bad boys were built-so it's not technically a one-off-but only one was sold to a private party.

It must be nice to live the life of Cheerag Arya. The Arab businessman recently commissioned a one-off from Ferrari dubbed the SP Arya that takes design cues from just about every car the company has made and ever will make. The one-off is said to feature elements of the 599 GTO, the F12 Berlinetta and not one, not two but 12 conceptual sketches.

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This cracked-looking supercar is the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano China Limited Edition created by artist Lu Hao. This one-off has a unique finish designed to make it look like a piece of Ge Kiln porcelain created during China's Song Dynasty. It's no Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport L'Or Blanc but it's still awesome.

Like the SP Arya, the P540 Superfast Aperta came to be by way of the Ferrari Special Projects program. The program, which also incorporates styling cues courtesy of Pininfarina, lets 1 percenters build their own Ferrari for a tidy sum. The P540 Superfast Aperta was commissioned by one Edward Walson, son of the man who invented cable TV. The unique look of Walson's custom job was inspired by the golden Ferrari featured in the short film "Toby Dammit."

Not even Eric Clapton is immune to the allure of the Ferrari Special Projects program. The rocker's SP12 EC is the most recent spawn of the company's bespoke program. The custom job features the heart and soul of a 458 Italia and the looks of a late 70s/early 80s 512 BB.

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