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Old 12-05-2014, 07:48 AM   #1
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Default Modded prancing horse photoshoot

When thinking about vehicles built for speed and power, the very first word that comes to one's mind is Ferrari. The premium Japanese tuning brand for euro exotic cars Rowen has already released its one of the latest creations - the Ferrari F430. Yeah, we know the Japanese tuning style is a little bit odd to us, but still this car deserves attention.

This modded horse features full carbon fiber body kit and MORR wheels. The body kit comprises a carbon fiber spoiler at the front, the new diffuser at the rear as well as the wing.

The talented photographer Marcel Lech had a chance to capture the beauty of this pony what resulted in one awesome photoshoot!

Please enjoy the photos and share your opinion with us!











See more pictures and the article here: Rowen Ferrari F430: Marcel Lech Photoshoot on myCARiD
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