/One-Off Ferrari SuperAmerica 45 Spotted in California

One-Off Ferrari SuperAmerica 45 Spotted in California

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A car spotter in Greenwich, California, managed to scoop one of the rarest super cars in the world, the one of one Ferrari SuperAmerica 45. This specially-commissioned model belongs to American collector Peter Kalikow.

Now, the reason it is kind of a big deal to see a Ferrari Superamerica 45 is because this car is the ultimate example of a “personalized” Ferrari. And it was created by the company’s Tailor Made team back in 2011 when the whole customization thing wasn’t as big as it is now.

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Ferrari SuperAmerica 45 is special on so many different level, it’s kind of hard to keep track of them all. The car started life a 599 GTB, which was then turned into the hard-core GTO, and then became the open-top Aperta. As if all this wasn’t enough, Kalikow came along and asked Ferrari to fit a custom carbon body kit on it, bolt on some unique wheels, and then paint the whole thing is a one-off color called Caribbean Blue, inspired by 1960 Ferrari 400 SuperAmerica.

The SuperAmerica 45 is a 599 GTO underneath which means it is powered by a 670 horsepower V12 engine.

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Photos by Jchav997 via Autogespot

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