Shortly afterwards we told Ferrari 812 Spider rumors that we get this Ferrari SP3JC. This is not an 812 Superfast, however, this is a single commission based on running speed limited edition F12 TDF. John Collins, the owner of the Classic Ferrari dealer in the UK, Dream, joints and, accordingly, "JC" as an open name. We suppose it was Ferrari's third special project this year, contributing to the rest of the alphanumeric. Collins says that the project ended up dreamed in 3.5 years and Ferrar said the design process used two.
Although at least six special editions and commissions were based on F12's F12, it is the first one to use F12 TDF. The Italians claim that the SP3JC "provides for payment of roads in the 1950s and 1960s." A much wider power blow flows everything in the grass in the front flanks. New holes will appear in the bumper corner. Above, instead of the F12 TDF tiny hood holes, two large, transparent panels provide views of the 6.3-liter V12.
On the side instead of the modern ski lift, from the steering wheel, the shepherd pushes it towards the old furor. Distributed panels will turn the donor's car into the rocker panel and remove three rounds of rear wheels. Back, 812 SUPERFAST taillights presided over the layered fascia with three full-length holes and jutting diffuser. 812 SUPERFAST also donated his wheels.
Roll hoops stand guard back seats. According to the Ferrari Chat's poster, the SP3JC does not come with a roof.
About the paint scheme: There was a lot of vibrantly hued classic Ferraris, but we did not know any that put so many hues into one body. Ferrari says mashup here inspired Collins "" Passion for the Pop Art. "Bianco Italia Mixes Azzuro Meta and Giallo Modena, right below the yellow pinstripes wheels and the corresponding blue and white leather inside.
Personally, we want to jump off the F12 TRS when imagining what the 812 Superfast Spider might look like, but it's probably a better place to start.