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Gizmondo’s Spectacular Crackup

February 19, 2007

Last year there was a story in the news of a spectacular car crash on the PCH in Southern California. An extremely rare Ferrari Enzo hit a telephone pole at around 200 mph and the driver walked away from the destroyed supercar with nothing but a few scratches.

Turns out, that’s only the tip of the story. The car crash was just a small part of a big, weird criminal enterprise. Check out the story here.

(link goes to Wired Magazine)

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One comment

  1. It looks like if you go by the percentages, Ferrari Enzos are pretty dangerous cars to own (At least 1 out of every 100 has been totaled)
    http://www.motorauthority.com/cars/ferrari/man-killed-in-ferrari-enzo-crash/
    Though I suppose it is unfair to compare those numbers to those of the Ford Escort…

    My question (without finishing my reading yet) is how did this tool manage to get 2 Enzos!? Thought Ferrari was way too picky for that to happen.



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