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Toyota-Powered Ferrari Replicas Seized by Police

Until a little while ago, if you were living in Spain and got bored of your Toyota Celica, you could easily transform it into a Ferrari in about four days.
Fake Ferraris 1 photo
Yes, a shop in Valencia was building replica Ferraris and Aston Martins without license. That was until the police got track of the whole business and seized their operations. Eight shop workers were arrested and 19 fake supercars were seized, bound to be destroyed.

Although they were built on cheap front wheel drive cars like the Toyota Celica, the replicas were pretty convincing from the outside. The interiors were not spot on, but they were looking “luxurious”, wearing fake leather, carbon fiber and aluminum trimmings. Although a true gearhead would tell its a cheap fake, you could at least fool some chicks that you are loaded.

Hit the play button bellow to see the four-cylinder powered Ferraris.



 
 
 
 
 

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