Fake ‘Ferrari’ seized by police in Spain

FAKE: National Police officer with the 'Ferrari' FAKE: National Police officer with the 'Ferrari'

POLICE in Spain have seized a fake ‘Ferrari’ that was being advertised for sale on a website.

The National Police has arrested a 43-year-old man in Alicante for modifying an old, mid-range car to give it the appearance of a Ferrari.

The bodywork had been massively modified and ‘essential elements’ including the legally-registered logos had been added.

The car was discovered in a garage workshop in the village of Torrellano after it had been offered for sale on a well-known internet sales portal.

 

Karl Smallman

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