[Thanks to sweemo for the link]
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Apparently, Ferarri is pissed that dude did this, and dude is like, "It's mine, so I can do with it what I want."
I agree with dude.
I also disagree. Ferarri could just as easily counter the owner's argument of "It's my car, so I can do as I wish" with, "It's our legally protected name and trademark gracing the sides of it, so we can dictate how said name and trademark is - and is not - used."
From a certain point of view, it's really no different than if one were to cut up desinger clothing or high-end watches, graft the pieces into poorly made items and then sell the results as "genuine designer" items.
Except it's not just a Ferrari cut in half and a crappy limo body spliced between the two. The inner body is a custom carbon fibre piece. Say what you want about the concept, but at least the guy in question did very good work on the concept.