Ferrari makes some of the best sporting automobiles in the world, but they all have one glaring limitation — space. For die-hard fans of the Prancing Horse that want to bring the family and then some, Australian Scott Marshall created this 2004 360 Modena limousine. Marshall cut the Modena in half using an air-powered hacksaw and got to work, using aluminum pieces to extend the chassis and creating the body panel extensions out of fiberglass. Gullwing rear doors are a flashy touch, and this Ferrari can now seat up to eight people. Inside is enough colored lighting and a stereo that would make a dance club blush, along with the requisite minibar and seats embroidered with the Ferrari logo. The 3.6-liter V8 is still mounted in the rear, and the driver will need to be able to operate the externally-gated manual transmission. This extremely unique car is up for sale in Australia.