For the round sum of $795,000.
There’s only one of its kind in existence and Hemmings has it for sale. What you’re looking at is Ferrari’s one and only four-door sedan: the Ferrari Pinin. This gorgeous sedan made an appearance at the 1980 Turin Motor Show and was styled by the incredible minds at Carozzeria Pininfarina. No four-door sedan has ever worn a Ferrari badge, which means this vehicle never went into production. It's a concept car with only 250 miles on the clock.
The Pinin has a 108.7-in wheelbase, which was the same size as the Mercedes-Benz 280 sedan from that era. It offered passengers in the rear an enormous amount of comfort. This specific model sold for $250,000 in 2008 as a rolling chassis but was fitted with proper running gear sometime afterwards. Originally the Pinin featured a 5.0-liter flat-12, which this one has, along with a running flat-12 as well. While $795,000 is a whole lot of money, there’s nothing like the Pinin in the world and there probably never will be. Somebody please buy this work of art before Sergio Marchionne decides to engineer an affordable four-door Ferrari.