Trust us, we've seen much worse.
Ferrari replicas are nothing new and they’re . Sure, they’re often ridiculously easy to make fun of because some . Others, however, , such as this F40 replica currently up for sale on Craigslist in San Francisco. Like countless other Ferrari replicas, this one is based on a Pontiac Fiero, specifically a 1985 GT. The seller claims this Fiero GT was originally a European model and the odometer is in kilometers and not miles.
Do the conversion and there’s a total of 68,475 miles on the clock. Take notice of the attention paid to many of the smallest details. For example, there are five-point harness restraints, metal foot pedals, and no power steering or power brakes. It’s still powered by the Fiero GT’s original V6 engine as well as the original four-speed manual transmission. The seller also claims the car drives and shifts very well considering its age. Asking price? $34,888. It’s funny but the seller, Autobahn Gallery in Dublin, California, is trying to convince prospective buyers that’s a fair price because a real F40 can go for nearly $2 million. Can you even compare a replica to the original like that? Not really, but as a replica Ferrari goes, this fake F40 is pretty darn good.