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Ferrari 412i Shooting Break Concept | photoshop chop by Sebastian Motsch (2012)

Ferrari 412i 2+2 Shooting Break Concept

Frequent readers of my blog know that I do have a sweet spot for two-door wagons. Whether they are called shooting break or shooting brake is an entirely different story. I decided to call them shooting break, because some (European) manufacturers call their regular station wagons Break.

The Ferrari 412i 2+2 is a very nice base for a shooting break conversion. Straight lines would make it easy to perform this task in real life. Though I doubt that anybody would actually so that. Most people would probably just run away and scream bloody murder!

Ferrari 412i Shooting Break Concept | photoshop chop by Sebastian Motsch (2012)

Ferrari 348 tb | photoshop chop by Sebastian Motsch (2011)

Ferrari 348 tb with F40 wheels

Frequent followers of this blog know that I have a soft spot for cars with edges. This is no exception, as I’ve always liked the styling of the Pininfarina designed Ferrari 348. Found this picture in the internet and thought that it would look a lot better lowered and with a proper set of wheels. Said and done, here is what I came up with in not even half an hour working on it in Adobe Photoshop. Simple, clean and timeless – exactly the way I like cars.

Ferrari 348 tb | photoshop chop by Sebastian Motsch (2011)

Pinin Concept Estate | photoshop chop by Sebastian Motsch (2010)

Pinin Estate Concept

The Pinin Concept had a huge influence on the design of many cars of the mid to late eighties. A beautiful and elegant vehicle, designed by Pininfarina. For a long time I wondered what it would look like as a more practical estate wagon. Just as elegant, isn’t it?

Pinin Concept Estate | photoshop chop by Sebastian Motsch (2010)