Based on my knowledge, Ferrari have designed and produced the 'Scuderia' version to be placed alongside the berlinetta and barchetta (hard top coupe and convertible coupe respectively) range of F430's. But IIRC Ferrari does sell original Ferrari 'higher performance' products, such as cf intakes, engine department covers, etc.
I doubt that Ferrari would produce a 'Scuderia' with a convertible top, since it reduces chassis stiffness and adds about one hundred pounds, which leads to less overall performance, completely making the 'Scuderia' pointless.
But maybe the owner had/s too much money to spend and ordered a bespoke 'Scuderia Spyder', theres no shortage of people like that these days. Although I seriously hope for it to not be an original, and simply a barchetta with 'Scuderia' parts added on.
Yeah. It was my dad who told me it was in the car park and when he said it was a convertible I disagreed with him over what it was and that was my argument.
Maybe it was just bespoke.
modbaraban wrote:And one with a bad name.
That's a pitty you don't have a photo of it. That name wiould be appreciated in here (as FAILrarri apparently )
lol well it was actually called that (never had that badge on the car) but that's how I would describe it. If it is a replica, it is a Failrrari