FrontRunners: Prancing Horse Prose

    To own a Ferrari Enzo, you first had to be invited by the Italian automaker to buy one; Ferrari made only 401 examples of the coveted supercar from 2003 to 2004. The publishers of a new book titled The Official Ferrari Opus (www.krakenopus.com) hope the Ferrari faithful will see similar value in owning what they call "the most exclusive book in the world." rel="nofollow" Available in four limited-edition versions ranging from the Classic (4,100 examples; $3,000 each) to the $250,000 diamond-studded Enzo Dia­mante edition (limited to one per country), the 852-page tome includes more than 2,000 photos and 200,000 words of text covering everything one could want to know about Ferrari.

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