The Ferrari Pinin was a one-off concept car designed in 1980 by Pininfarina for their 50th anniversary and the first four-doors Ferrari ever (and the only official one, if you don't consider the Sultan of Brunei modded 456s).
Originally the car was just a concept with a mockup 180° degree v12 from the 512BB on the front and a rwd chassis derived from the much underrated (imho) 400i.

This is the first 4doors Ferrari ever... And you can buy it now!

This is the first 4doors Ferrari ever... And you can buy it now!

The last owner had it converted from a show car to a fully functional Ferrari. In charge of the project there was Mauro Forghieri, father of the 180° deg v12 and Ferrari chief engineer in the 60s\70s.

Now it has a fully functioning 5.0L 360hp v12 matched to a 5 speed manual. And 4 doors. And crazy buttons on the centre console. And a beautiful styling with clean and sharp line. (Just look at how low the bonnet is!)

Now it can be yours for just € 1,1 million, what a bargain!

180° v12 and quilted leather: this why the bonnet is so low.

This is the first 4doors Ferrari ever... And you can buy it now!

Crazy buttons on the centre console + a nice wooden gear stick

This is the first 4doors Ferrari ever... And you can buy it now!

low beltline, beautiful clean straight lines and four exhausts

This is the first 4doors Ferrari ever... And you can buy it now!

clean lines inside too (there is a kind of iPad mini in the middle!)

This is the first 4doors Ferrari ever... And you can buy it now!

the right stance

This is the first 4doors Ferrari ever... And you can buy it now!

More info @ http://www.ultimatecarpage.com/car/2596/Ferra...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferrari_P...