As rare as hen’s teeth and never built to legally drive on public roads, here is one of 30 Ferrari FXXs ever built, clad with toilet paper and driving as a road legal street car at the VMax 200 Stealth drags.

Okay, it might be silk woven tape.

Upon purchase of the roughly AUD$3m super car, owners had to sign a contract that entitled them to only drive the car at Ferrari-approved track days, however this restriction appears to have been lifted, perhaps since development has progressed to new technology in the FXX-K.

Although the mummy wrap treatment hasn’t done much for looks, it sounds absolutely brilliant:

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