This car is absolutely beautiful on the outside, its sleek red paint job, and the massive engine behind the two front seats. This is by far the coolest car I have ever seen; I fell in love with its looks as soon as I saw it. If only the car drove as nice as it looked. At first, it was amazing, and I did not notice anything. It wasn't until after the ride that my dad pointed out many things wrong with this car. The first thing is, that great big engine behind those luscious leather seats, is actually really loud. I loved the sound of the car, but you could barely even here the driver right next to you. Also, another thing that I didn't notice but my dad did was, you end up feeling every single tiny bump that is on the road. I never really noticed it but my dad did, it could have been due to the speed, but who knows. Also, according to my friends dads business partner who rented/lent us the car, it is extremely high maintenance, my understanding is that these cars break down incredibly, and I can only imaging how astronomical the repair bills would be. I wonder if multiple might even cost as much as the actual car itself.
The man said that he was thinking about selling the car, for maybe a nice Mercedes or something, because he could not deal with the time and extreme amounts of work it took to take care of that car. Also the cost of the car must put a dent in the wallet. But nevertheless, I still though that the car was amazing, I mean, come on, its a Ferrari, who wouldn't want to own one if the could or drive in one. My friends dad said the he actually liked driving in his own car better than the Ferrari when it came down to what kind of felt better, not including looks. My father disagreed. But, I am leaving Florida on Tuesday, which is kind of sad, because I have done so many awesome things in what has felt like such little time.