Ferrari 412 Pickup
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What you’re looking at is the world’s first and only 1989 Ferrari 412 turned El Camino-style pickup. This conversion was shown on the History Channel’s ‘Ultimate Wheels’ show (Season 1, Episode 1) and basically consisted of replacing the rear seats with an wood-clad open bed. A parcel shelf was also added behind the seats, but unfortunately, they had to remove the original 4.9L V12 engine and replace it with a 5.7L small-block Chevy V8, paired with an original GM 3-sped automatic transmission. Read more for additional pictures and information.


Ferrari 412 Pickup
Ferrari 412 Pickup
Ferrari 412 Pickup
Ferrari 412 Pickup
Inside, one of the only modifications you’ll find up front is a CD player and four-spoke steering wheel, with a respectable 38,207-miles on the odometer. Interested? This vehicle is headed to Bonhams MPH March Auction where it’s expected to sell for between $20,500 – $27,300 USD. More information here.

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Ferrari 412 Pickup

A real Jekyll and Hyde conversion, the Ferrari is adorned with a shotgun scoop bonnet and bespoke exhaust system resulting in a dual-personality of high performance hot-rod and practical workhorse. The shotgun scoop moves up and down and the unique exhaust has a valve system whereby the driver can decide at the flick of a switch whether to have the exhaust growl fiercely or produce a more refined sound for London’s leafier avenues,” said the London Motor Group.