https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-48280132

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Image caption The car - seen here in a police-supplied photo - is likely worth more than €2m (£1.7m). An opportunistic car "collector" used a test drive to make off with a Ferrari worth €2m (£1.7m; $2.2m). The suspect had expressed interest in buying a 1985 Ferrari 288 GTO, police in the German city of Düsseldorf say. He turned up by taxi to the dealership and two hours later, on a test drive, it was time to swap drivers. But when the seller stepped out of the car, the would-be buyer quickly hit the accelerator and vanished. The car was later found in a garage. Police say the "historic vehicle" with 43,000km (27,000 miles) on the clock should be valued at more than €2m. A listing for the c... Full story

15 May

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