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What to do with that crushed Ferrari

A crushed Ferrari incorporated into a coffee table.
A crushed Ferrari incorporated into a coffee table. Lost at e minor

FERRARI cars represent a social status and decadent life style most of us will only dream of.

The fascination with this symbol of wealth and success must have hit designer Charly Molinelli pretty hard as he turns the carcasses of crushed Ferraris into coffee tables and coffins.

Could this be our chance to finally own one?

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