It never ceases to amaze us what some individuals will do to their cars to turn them into something entirely different, but this latest conversion probably takes the cake. While usually the donor cars aren’t worth much in the first place, the owner of this crude Enzo conversion started off with a perfectly good Ferrari F430—which has now been ruined.

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The F430-come-Enzo is currently listed for sale on eBay, where it has a starting bid of—wait for it—$400,000. The F430 used for the conversion is a 2007 model, and it only has 4,000 miles on the clock.

No changes have been made to the engine, which remains a naturally-aspirated 4.3-liter V-8 rated at 490 horsepower. The transmission is the F430’s available automated manual, and the seller, located in Israel, says the new body is made of carbon fiber.

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From the supplied photos, the quality of the work looks poor and the exposed hydraulic cylinders for the doors simply add to the overall bizarreness of the car. We’d say buyer beware, but one look at these photos should be enough to convince anyone that there are much better cars to be had for the money.


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