The world's most pointless car modification was assembled by limo company owner Dan Cawley in Manchester, making him eligible for the 2008 Guinness world records in the categories of Fastest Limousine and the Longest Ferrari - where there was no one to compete against!
Dan, who has seen far too many 'Top Gear' specials, chopped a perfectly good Ferrari 400bhp 360 Modena in half to add the 9.5ft carbon fibre middle section and eight seats. The top speed of 170mph coupled with the 20ft length makes this a menace to mini-roundabouts and parking spaces across the nation at a cost of £700 per hour.
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