As a bonafide Ferrari collector, David Lee keeps adding new prancing horses to his collection once in a while. He recently took delivery of a one-off Ferrari F12tdf DSKL. It’s designed as a tribute to the 1964 Ferrari 250 Lusso Competizione which also part of his collection.
The F12tdf DSKL is painted in yellow with the Italian tricolore on top. It matches the color scheme of the iconic 250 Lusso Competizione. Even the rims match that of the classic wire mesh rims from the 1960s. The interior is finished in bare carbon and blue alcantara. Another unique touch is the tricolore on the steering wheel.
Moreover, it is not just a special spec, but it even has the initials of owner on its badge- David S.K. Lee, the owner of Hing Wa Lee Jewelers.
The engine is the updated 6.3-liter V12 naturally aspirated engine which kicks out 769 hp and 520 lb-ft of torque. With all that grunt, it takes just 2.9 sec to accelerate from 0-60 mph. The F12tdf DSKL has a top speed of 211 mph.
Among a stable full of Ferraris, David Lee is also fond of his Pagani Huayra Da Vinci, formerly know as the 730S Edition.