Some Guy took his Ferrari F40 Camping in Japan
Well, you don’t see that every day. What is widely regarded as the Ferrari of the past three decades is now taking on a new role…in Japan at least. Camping. The Japanese owner of this Ferrari F40 – a hardcore, no-nonsense, 200 mph weapon – strapped a tent, some chairs and a grill to the top of his Prancing Horse and took it to presumably where no F40 has ever been before. PHOTOS: Check out the all-new 2015 Ferrari 458 Speciale A
By a river, surrounded by rocks, and far far away from the heated garage floors and routine polishes that its contemporaries should be quite used to. At least it’s being driven; 478-horsepower V8s do need their exercise.
Judging by the photos, the off-road Ferrari garnered quite a bit of attention from passersby. Families stopped to take some photos with the bright red supercar while the owner and his buddy put-up for a quick barbeque. It just goes to show that no matter where you go to hide in an uber-rare Ferrari, people will find you.
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On an aside, it’s almost tragic that it needs to wear a front license plate. Rules are rules though. If you could have a near-priceless supercar, what would you buy and where would you take it? XJ220 to a volcano? McLaren P1 to the Amazon? Tell us below…
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