The marriage of sports car and wagon, the shooting brake is one of the best ideas to come out of Europe. What we know as the shooting brake started with Italian coachbuilders in the early 60s, taking sports cars from the likes of Aston Martin and Ferrari and adding an extended wagon-esque extended roofline. Dutch company Vandenbrink Design took a Ferrari 612 Scaglietti 2+2 and completely redesigned the bodywork in-house with a unique shooting brake style. With its true 2+2 GT layout and 5.7-liter, 540 horsepower V12, the 612 Scaglietti is the perfect base for such a project. Vandenbrink's sweeping roofline incorporates two skylights over the rear seats and incorporates a small spoiler at the rear of the roof. The new bodywork meets perfectly with the rear, where the original four round taillights are retained. A well-engineered, one-off custom, this is one of the most unique custom Ferraris ever.