Watching A Ferrari Get Keyed Is Not For The Faint Of Heart

Paint Job

Kind of like “Will It Blend: Ferrari Edition.”

Don’t worry; no Ferraris were harmed in the making of this film. However, if you have a crazy ex who wouldn’t think twice about destroying your car or if you habitually park like an asshole, listen up because YouTube star Shmee150 makes a good case for getting a film paint protection placed on your beautiful ride to prevent any queasy incidents like this bad mix of keys and a Ferrari. This way, you never have to worry about forgetting an anniversary again.

To prove his point, Shmee takes a key to his own Ferrari FF only to peel away the mess later.

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