A Ferrari 550 without a front and has been recently spotted at a repair shop in Albuquerque, NM, where it was quietly waiting for a makeover.
Exotic, powerful and expensive cars, along with inexperienced drivers, will continue to provide news for us until governments will consider adding a new driver’s license which will be required before getting behind the wheel in a high performance ride. And speaking of an extra driver’s license, how about adding an IQ test as well. If these would have been mandatory, than the supercar pictured above, the Ferrari 550, would have been seen in someone’s driveway without a single scratch on its body.
The Ferrari 550 has been produced between 1996 and 2001 and it was replaced by the 575M Maranello. The model in question was powered by a 5.5 liter V12 unit, which was mated to a six-speed manual transmission. The Ferrari 550 stood at 4,549 mm long, 1,935 mm wide and 1,278 mm tall. The vehicle came as a grand tourer, in two body styles, Berlinetta and Barchetta (convertible, with a front engine and a rear-wheel drive layout.
Source: Wrecked Exotics