In 2008, Ferrari established Special Projects, a division of the company responsible for creating one-offs for its best, wealthiest customers. It's created a number of cars in the last decade, and a number of them have been shown in public. Here's all the cars we could find.
The second car from Special Projects was an open-topped car based on the 599 GTB with styling from Pininfarina. It used lots of carbon to keep the weight down.
Ferrari says it took just 14 months for this idea to become reality.
This open-topped 599 was commissioned by American Peter Kalikow to celebrate 45 years since he bought his first Ferrari. Strange anniversary, but a good excuse for a custom car.
The paint color is called Blu Antille, and it matches Kalikow's 1961 400 Superamerica cabriolet.
This one-off F12 was inspired by the legendary 250 Testa Rossa race car.
Testa Rossa means "red head" in Italian, and the original was so named because it had red-painted cylinder heads. The TRS does too, and they're visible through a window on the hood.
This is perhaps the most famous car to come from Ferrari Special Projects mainly because of its owner, Eric Clapton. You might have heard of him.
Clapton is a big fan of the Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer, and he wanted a modern reinterpretation of that car. It's based on the 458 Italia, and apparently cost $4.7 million.
Designed in collaboration with Pininfarina,the SP 275 RW Competizione is an F12 with the 770-hp V12 from the crazy F12tdf. Its design is inspired by the lovely 275 Berlinetta from the 1960s.
It's painted yellow in tribute to the 275 GTB Competizione that won its class at Le Mans in 1965.
This lovely car is based on a 458 Speciale, and it was built for a British collector. It features styling cues from the 288 GTO and the 488 GTB.
We think it looks like a Lotus Evora somewhat, which is no bad thing. It's one of the prettiest cars on this list.
Ferrari's latest one-off is a radical car based on the 488 GTB. The owner picked up the car at Ferrari's headquarters in Maranello and went straight to the Fiorano circuit for some hot laps.
Louvres! It has louvres! Who needs rear visibility when you look this good?