For many years Ferrari allowed coachbuilders to create unique bodies for clients, sometimes resulting in some truly awful designs carrying the Ferrari name.
1966 Ferrari 330GT 2+2 ‘Navarro’ (Drogo)
Its “unique” body was commissioned from Drogo by Italian night club owner Norbert Navarro (which explains much). It began as a regular-production 1966 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2, but Navarro wasn’t satisfied with its styling. Significant changes were made the vehicle’s original design. The front was lengthened and drooped and the rear features odd narrow fins running from the rear of the car to the roof. Thankfully, the car was unchanged mechanically.