Well, maybe you don't have to keep it on the d.l., seeing how at least two major auto sites have "exclusive" Big F factory tours running. But regardless of the strange and sudden over-availability, the Road and Track tour is pretty engaging. See an Enzo shell being inspected, a guy grinding away at a 612 body, and robots applying rivets to a chassis. You've got to keep an eye on those bots: one minute they're innocently making Ferraris, the next minute they're enslaving humankind and taking over the Earth. Will the Fresh Prince save us?
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