Sim racers love their hobby, and we’ve seen some pretty impressive setups over the years (see our Racing Cockpits forum for more). This, however, raises the bar to a completely new level – it’s a full size replica of a Ferrari F1 car wired up for video gaming, and it can be yours for £13,500 ($18,944 USD). The mysterious model is actually listed for sale on a website where ‘real’ F1 cars can be bought and sold, but this one substitutes a PlayStation 2 in place of a V10. Yes, that’s right – more than $18,000 and you don’t even get a PlayStation 3!
Of course, it does come fitted with “play Station 2 steering wheel and pedals”, and they even throw in a copy of F1 ’06. That’s nice, but it does make you why the owner wouldn’t splurge for a PS3 and a copy of GT5 Prologue… Regardless, this mother-of-all racing seats includes the necessities like real mirrors, seat belts, and slick tires. Information is scarce, and the seller can only be contacted by proxy which makes it even more difficult to find out more about this ridiculous toy – it will probably take $18,944 to find out. Check out the full listing and place your order right here.
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