Seller calls it "the ultimate head turner."
Although1990 was quite a long time ago, we've been wracking our brains trying toremember this particular Ferrari model – the Ferrari Mercedes SL – but keepdrawing a blank. But of course, anything is possible on Craigslist, where thisunique one-off is being offered for sale for a mere $10,000. Located inAtlanta, the car is described as "the ultimate ride," assumingultimate means a black SL with Ferrari badges and stickers attached to its variousaftermarket body parts. It's so ultimate that the seller is willing to considera trade for a Lambo kit car.
To his credit, the seller describes the car as a "Ferrariknockoff," and goes on to detail the custom changes he has added to thecar. These include a "Kenwood boom system, 3 built-in auto flip videoscreens and one double sided video screen attached to roll bar, custom singlewindow convertible top, custom front and rear clip, fitted hood scoop and sidepanel scoops, lowered 4 inches, blacked out Petite Le Mans-style lighting,custom wheels, car trimmed in 24 karat gold." At $10K, is this theultimate steal or should it be sent directly to the junkyard?