So, 390,000 Australian dollars for a Ferrari 360 Modena seems ambitious, doesn’t it? That’s the equivalent of around P13.82 million.
This is no normal 360, though. It’s still powered by its classic 394hp 3.6-liter V8 engine and still features that glorious open gate manual gearbox, but as you might have noticed, this one’s a little longer than most...
Yep, it’s a Ferrari limousine—and it’s currently for sale on Australian site CarSales. Pretty wild, right? Melbourne-based company Exotic Limo has listed the 2003 example, which was converted to its current stretched spec in 2012 and has just over 64,370km on the clock.
The inside features a black leather cabin with a full bar, multiple TVs, and cinematic surround sound. Plus, it can seat up to nine passengers—who needs that Ferrari SUV?
Also, while it might seem a tad expensive, Exotic Limo apparently offers the 360 for hire at 1,000 Australian dollars (P35,430) per hour at the moment. See, you’d make your money back in no time. It makes perfect business sense.
What do we think dear readers? Superb or sacrilege?
NOTE: This article first appeared on TopGear.com. Minor edits have been made.