Ferraris are far too expensive for a normal person to own, right? What if I told you that you could own your very own “Ferrari” “F430” “Scuderia” (winking aggressively) for the price of a well-pptioned Honda Civic? Before you press the panic button on your car keys, check out this Craigslist post for a Ferrari F430…
I love Ferraris. And I also love DSMs, especially the 3000GT, that under-appreciated beast of a car that was king of all the Mitsu-Chrysler collaborations back in the 90s. So it follows that if you put the two together somehow, the end product will be amazing, right?
Some brilliant entrepreneur on eBay is offering a fiberglass body kit designed to turn your $1,600 mid-'90s Honda Civic coupe into the $1.6 million Bugatti Veyron for just $4,500. Buy it. Buy it now. You absolutely must.
Here's a nice Ferrari 308 GTSi selling on eBay with a suspiciously low bid. Why? Oh, it's got a Pontiac Fiero engine. We present to you the world's first reverse Fauxrarri.
Have a Toyota MR2 but really wish you had a Ferrari? The wrong way to make your dreams reality is to eBay for this $2,000 kit that'll help you re-badge your 'yota as an Italian supercar.
Not everyone can own a Ferrari. They're expensive, fast, and constantly blow up. But making a Pontiac look like an Italian stallion to avoid the first problem is just plain wrong. Our look at the ten most blasphemous Faux-rarris below.
We know, it goes against all your better judgment and years of finely honed automobile identification expertise, but we're prepared to shock you with the knowledge that this vehicle is in fact not a Ferrari.