One of the better recent gearhead parlor games is to compare pros and cons among Ferrari's four supercars: the '84 GTO, the F40, the F50, and the Enzo. Although the impromptu donut-making contest between the four in this video isn't what we normally consider, it has its significant charms.
What you see here is a flock of the most desirable Ferraris ever built — all assembled on a single ferry. That includes a huge percentage of the entire GTO production run. An estimated $160 million worth of Italian metal calmly crossing the sea. Even the police escort is impressed. What's going on here?
What happens when Enzo Ferrari won't give you a GTO? You upgrade a Ferrari 250 GT SWB, turn it into a Kammbacked masterpiece and call it Drogo, a.k.a., the "breadvan," a.k.a., a Ferrari both sexy and totally bizzarre-ini. [formfreu.de]
Nevermind from-afar spy photos, here's the Ferrari 599 GTO completely in the nude. With a presumed 680 HP and lower weight it's not just Italy's worst kept secret, it's the hottest prancing horse since the Enzo. One more picture below.