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This year’s edition of the annual Ferrari Cavalcade saw over 90 owners from 27 different countries across the globe showcasing their prized ponies in Sicily. Lurking among the several LaFerraris and other rare models in attendance was the one-of-kind F12 TRS, designed specially by the Ferrari Special Projects crew for one very wealthy customer. In using the F12 Berlinetta as a base, this one-off coupe opts for a smaller, roadster-styled body that incorporates a wrap-around windshield and a see-through hood to reveal its red valve covers, akin to its inspiration, the iconic 1957 250 Testa Rossa. In keeping with that Test Rossa theme, the TRS ditches the auto system, central air vents and glove box, but it is capable of reaching 62 mph in just 3.1 seconds thanks to its 6.3-liter V12 engine – a remnant of its F12 base. Although no official word on its price tag, rumors have suggested its owner paid upwards of $4.2 million USD.