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[The True Story Of How A Ferrari Ended Up Buried In Someone’s Yard](https://jalopnik.com/5872514/the-true-story-of-how-a-ferrari-ended-up-buried-in-someones-yard)
Was there a body in it?
Mate of mine has a dad who is a bit of a maniac. The mother and kids went away for a week or something, and while they were away he decided to build a deck out the back.
The deck needed to be raised quite a bit so the guy decides the easiest way to get a bunch of free voluminous elevation is to bury the family car. They arrived home to a shoddy deck, and a missing car, and a lot of wtfing.
Imagine finding that with a metal detector.
Technically just a Dino, it was a marque of Ferrari same as say Edsel with Ford, Acura with Honda, Scion with Toyota.
Can’t begrude you calling it a Ferrari though, it essentially is one and that is the known name. As I read in an auto history book “If you see a 246 with a Ferrari badge on it, the owner placed it there.”