Love Italian cars but struggling to find a suitable way to transport the dogs/go to IKEA without having to resort to an SUV?
Well, Touring built the Maserati Quattroporte V-based Bellagio, and there’s a QP6-based diesel estate perennially for sale, but they’re not as fun as a V12 are they? The Vandenbrink Shooting Brake, which uses a 2005 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti as its basis, was revealed last summer following a 12-year gestation period. The first one was a bespoke build, but the company said it was willing to build more.
Now the first one built is coming up for sale at Bonhams’ Monaco event, which at the time of going to press was pencilled in for 8 May. It’s estimated at £140,000 to £150,000. bonhams.com
612 brake – a modern-classic FF?