I’ve never seen the point of Ferrari replicas. Even the well-executed ones are usually easy to spot as counterfeits, especially when they pull away and you hear the sound of a four-pot MR2 engine and not an exotic V8 or V12. And then there are the really bad ones. Like this monstrosity.
Apparently it’s supposed to be a Ferrari Enzo, although it looks more like an Enzo that’s been sketched by a five-year-old. Actually I’m going to retract that statement, as it’s a bit insulting to five-year-olds.
Peel away that mess of a body - which looks like it’s been stepped on by a giant at the front - and you’ll find a humble 1986 V6 Pontiac Fiero. Not that you’ll see the V6 when peering into the ‘engine bay’; whoever converted this went as far as adding a fake V12 engine to sit under the glass.
This thorough approach extends to the doors, which open in a scissor fashion. The owner calls them "gull wing doors" and the real Enzo had dihedral doors, but we’ll gloss over that.