7 Replies to “Ferrari secured with a padlock”

  1. It seems that the acrylic stuff prevents water from filling the motor area. So maybe he just doesn’t want people to steal the acrylic?

  2. Haha, seems like it. I see rubber pieces attached to the sides. A wheel lock would be more practical if the owner wants to secure the car. But i won’t wanna go through all the hassle of locking and unlocking all the time. @_@”

  3. Don’t be silly! It’s just a shield to keep bugs and pigeon $hit out of the engine compartment. while the car is parked. The padlock is there to keep the shield from getting stolen when it’s not in use.

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