On Sept. 14, we shared a little bit of information about Japan’s bōsōzoku subculture when we looked at 10 of the world’s most insane, customized Lamborghinis.
Today, we get to see how that subculture takes a Ferrari into its midst.
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New Yorker Steve Feldman was recently spending some time in Tokyo, and at dinner with a few friends, he offered up a deal: if he paid the bill, he could take his friend Touma’s Ferrari 360 Modena for a ride. And, as we see in a Sept. 29 YouTube video from Barcroft Cars, Touma eventually took the deal.
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The bōsōzoku culture first began with motorcycles, where the owners customized them to become extravagant, extreme and truly one-of-a-kind. Though many bōsōzoku cyclists are still around in Japan, that type of modification has made its way to exotics and supercars. Touma’s Ferrari is a perfect example. Check it out in the video above, and when you’re finished, find your own Ferrari to deck out from our exclusive listings.