Stuff that’s awesome: The Ferrari 330 GT Vignale Shooting Break (1968)
Personally, I don’t care if you start shouting at me “But Mr. Valves, those lines have no coherent flow and the whole thing seems like two cars slapped together! You’re stupid and you smell of ducks!”, I’ll still tell you to bugger off.
The Ferrari 330 GT SB was custom built for the Chinetti family by Vignale, namely by the famous coachbuilder Alfredo Vignale, who took the concept of a sports Ferrari wagon quite seriously. Sadly, this would be his last design.
In 2008 this same example had less than 13.000 miles on the clock and was left unsold in an auction, where it was estimated to sell for about $500.000.
I’d buy it in a heartbeat, if I had the money, and drive this to work every single day of the week.
And if you dislike shooting breaks, I’ll personally track you down, knock on your door and call you a meanie. Yeah, it just got that real.
Ford Mustang Shooting Break
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‘75 Ferrari 365 GTB 4 Shooting Break
After all, the most exclusive exotic cars in the world aren’t those limited LP or SV or XX versions of supercars. They are all in fact… shooting breaks.
The DB5, the 944, the 456 GTA, the Lagonda, and this 365 are a few exclusives I can think of.
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[Ferrari] Daytona Shooting Break