We always imagine Ferrari engines being bestowed by some manner of benevolent archangel with a fiendish streak and an ear for sex. Of course, they are — in spirit. But you'll be surprised to find there's a more mundane manufacturing process behind the Ferrari V12, one that starts with molten alloy and involves lots of polishing, testing, careful assembly and symphonic music. (What were you expecting, the Wipers?) [Eternal thanks to Carscoop.]

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