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Scaglietti Hat Trick The Ferrari 612 Scaglietti 2+2 was debuted in 2004, so it is now a bit long in the tooth. And not being one of my favorite Ferrari designs, it does have the classic feature of a front engine, rear drive setup which was the way the first Ferrari’s were designed. Here are my three variations of this car. 1. This is the 612 as a convertible. This car has a minor front fender bulge, opened and hinged doors, BBS wheels and a set of hood vents to exhaust hot engine air. It has a two tone paint scheme with Tamiya light metallic blue on top and dark gunmetal on the bottom. The convertible top was vacuum formed over a buck I carved from sign foam 2. This is the 612 with full fender bulges, fore and aft, and a full side skirt. The side door sculptures were filled in. This car features gull-wing doors that open and a rear deck spoiler. The top of the car is painted in Tamiya Metallic Black and the bottom half is Tamiya Mica Red. The wheels came from a Porsche 918. 3. This has been shown before. It is a completely custom designed body sitting on the 612 chassis with the engine and interior from that car. Lambo doors and opening trunk with luggage in it. Gold BBS wheels and a Tamiya Metallic Black top and Tamiya Metallic Red topped with Clear Red.
So I was wanting to build a winged warrior for somtime so I came up with this idea. So this is what you get when you cross this. And you cross it with this.... This will basically be a Daytona only skin deep. Everything underneath, chassis, engine and interior will be all Ferrari. Here are the wheels I plan on using. Took awhile to work it out but I got the nose to sit where I like it. Here is the Ferrari chassis shortened just a little to match the wheelbase of the Daytona. The width was not bad, I only had to take some off the outside. The interior tub still fits pretty good, just need to section it a bit.