The design firm Pininfarina has been keeping busy as of late and their newest bespoke masterpiece will show alongside the P4/5 at this year's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.

Commissioned by Peter Kalikow, former owner of the New York Post, chairman of the MTC, billionaire investor and all-around Ferrari nut, the customized 612 Scaglietti was aimed to appeal to a small minority of Ferrari enthusiasts. Kalikow figures that only 10 percent of onlookers will even notice anything different, but the changes, subtle as they maybe, compose a stunning vehicle.

The revised front end sees the adoption of Ferrari's new GT car headlamps along with a grille reminiscent of the Italian mark's 50's era designs. The taillights are dead ringers for those found on the Enzo and F430 and other modifications to the body are evident only when comparing Ferrari's original to Kalikow's commissioned work.

More shots are available after the jump. Let's see who can spot the changes.
















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