Just don't try taking it out on the race track; it's got no engine
17 April 2007

Here’s one for die-hard F1 enthusiasts – their very own full-size Ferrari F1 car.This 1:1 scale replica is accurate in just about every way, other than the lack of an engine, brakes or electrics. Still, we reckon the car’s fibreglass bodywork will still impress anyone who sees it sitting in the garage next to your Mondeo.If you’d like to order one, it’ll cost £11,999, but be prepared for a four-month wait. Click here for more details.

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