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Tony O'Kane | Jul, 01 2014 | 0 Comments

Ferrari's Special Projects division has turned its spanners on yet another F12 Berlinetta, with a custom one-off F12 being spotted for the first time at a New York Ferrari dealership.

Dubbed the Ferrari SP America, this unique F12 was built as a homage to the classic 250 GTO.

The silhouette is still recognisably F12 and the head and tail lamps carry over, but the bonnet, bumpers and side sheetmetal have all been comprehensively reshaped.

The rear quarter windows are mostly covered over to mimic the 250 GTO's turret, while there's now a trio of vents sitting ahead of a longitudinal bonnet bulge. Inside, it's standard F12 Berlinetta fare.

Other 250 GTO-esque touches include the large side gills immediately aft of the front wheels, a retro-style fuel filler as well as the 'ducktail' rear spoiler/wing.

There's no word on whether the F12's 545kW/690Nm 6.3 litre V12 has been fettled, but the car is expected to make its official public debut at this year's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in California.

And as for the price, well, if you have to ask...

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