Cardboard Ferrari Skin Covers French Artist’s Microcar

Ferrari may have officially dismissed replicas earlier this year, but this didn’t stop French artist Benedetto Bufalino from creating the most hilarious piece of Prancing Horse imitation we’ve seen.
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Photo: Benedetto Bufalino
The man put together a Ferrari TestaRossa body using basic materials such as cardboard, paint and duct tape. The thing is complete with Prancing Horse badges, as well as metallic foil tailpipes.

There are quite a lot of drawn details, such as the side air intakes, wheels and tires. As for the practical side of the deal, there are cutouts for the windows. This allowed to slide the thing over a microcar - in many European countries, you can drive one of these from the age of 16, whereas the license for normal cars only arrives once you’re 18.

Of course, there are one or two faults, such as the collapsed rear wing and the access, which is not exactly easy.

PS: in case the name sounds familiar, this is the same guy who came up with the police car chicken coop.

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