Before there was the cargo-riffic Ferrari FF, there was the Maserati Quattroporte Bellagio, a coachworks project from Italy's Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera. Now you can have one, if you fork over €165,000 to a Dutch dealer. Of cars, not weed.
There's no word on how many of the cars were built, but it could be in the handful range (is that a real range?). But this blue-painted specimen was born in 2008, cost €350,000, and has only been driven 961 miles — mostly to IKEA and fox hunts (we suspect).