Spinners Are The Ultimate Way To Ruin An Awesome Ferrari


Why? Just...why?

It’s strange to think that we once lived in a world where spinning rims, aka spinners, were popular. Luckily that time has come and gone, but for some folks moving on is tough. This older gentleman apparently wishes it were still 2003. How else do you explain these awful wheels on his Ferrari? Note that this isn’t any ordinary Ferrari: It’s a 550 Barchetta Pininfarina. Only 448 of these were made and they command a pretty penny nowadays. However, that price may be lowered if rims like these are thrown in.

Yes, these rims are a travesty but taste is subjective so don't be too hard on the guy. And besides, we’ve seen other 550 Barchettas suffer worse fates before.

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