Utterly gorgeous! And a one-off prototype. Must be a terrific investment for the long term but more importantly a blast to take on the track and park in the sitting room admiring this work of working art for the rest of the time. And enjoy the pride of ownership from owning one of the fastest Ferrari's ever made and unique. Wonder how much they want for it.
SO: The suggested price is only $230k+? VERY low. However, can't believe what the specialized engine and body parts would be like: Honestly, this is a museum item for you speciality collectors....pass.
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It's so unique and special I'd have it, too. But clearly they weren't going for production-level fit and finish. It's a "mutt" car.
The unfitting dash being thrown on is part of the prototype/test mule "aesthetic" (lack thereof). This car is beautiful and ugly at the same time. Nobody would have this car were you to show up at a cars and coffee meet with it. You'd have instant celebrity/legend status. I almost can't believe how cheap it is relatively speaking. In time this car will soar in value.