After intruders stole a pair of Ferraris—a 1986 Ferrari 328 worth over $100,000 and a 1972 Daytona worth $2.5 million—from an Australian repair shop on Friday morning, The Australian reports that the more expensive of the two was found ablaze the next day. The 328 remains missing.
[Today in bizarre Ferrari press shots, a 328 GTB sits idly by as what appear to be Napoleonic cavalry charges past.]
Paris, winter, and a Ferrari 328.
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Proving once again the speed with which stories are cycled through in a 24-hour-news-cycle network, CNN has decided to run coverage on the gang of Italian Ferrari forgers we brought you back in February. The in-depth coverage includes pointing to, and comparing pictures of, a real Ferrari 328 GTS against the real fake…