It may be reasonably priced because it's kind of ugly.
The chance to own a one-off Ferrari usually comes at the expense of millions of dollars. Only the most loyal customers are given the opportunity to write a blank check in exchange for building a car through the Ferrari one-off program. The results can be stunning, but not every Ferrari one-off is a masterpiece. Only billionaires will ever have the feeling of ordering a one-off Ferrari from scratch, but we have found a way for mere mortals to own one. A one-off Ferrari is about to be auctioned off, and its not as expensive as you might imagine.
The car in question is a 1989 Ferrari 328 GTS Conciso Concept by Michalak. This one-off is set to cross the auction block at RM Sotheby's in May. The auction has no reserve, which means that it will sell when it crosses the block. Interestingly, the car traded hands last year for around $141,000, which is a bargain in one-off Ferrari land. So why is this Ferrari one-off so cheap? Well, we wouldn't call it pretty. Looks are subjective but this a very strange looking car. As the name suggests, the car is based on a 1989 Ferrari 328 GTS. The car wasn't shown off until 1993 at the Frankfurt Motor Show, which is why it has such a '90s vibe to it.
Under the skin, the Conciso Concept still uses the original 3.2-liter V8 engine producing 270 hp. Power goes out to a five-speed gated manual transmission and weight has been cut down by 800 pounds. It may not be our favorite design, but the Conciso has other redeeming qualities. There is no roof or doors, so driving this one-off around is likely a very unique experience.