Money can't buy you happiness, but it can buy you taxidermied white peacocks, rare Japanese whiskies, and a Ferrari built to your specifications. For one very lucky (and loaded) British man, his dream to own a 458 MM Speciale finally materialised thanks to the Italian supercar manufacturer's One-Off programme.
To quench his need for speed, the good folk at Ferrari radically modified the aerodynamic stylings of the car, ranging from a beltline that sweeps back along the front wheelarch to bodywork that hugs the coolant radiators. Even the wheels of the car were specially built to accomodate its new frame. Annointed with green and red stripes, the livery of the car flies the Italian flag high on the track.
Yes, this custom built ride is sure to turn heads, and its interiors aren't too shabby either. An enhanced audio system and Cioccilato leather upholstery make it a joy to slide into the cockpit. Ferrari's chief test driver Dario Benuzzi has given the car its first shakdown on the Fiorano circuit. His verdict? It's a keeper.