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Justin Bieber is selling his modified Ferrari 458

Motoring Research logo Motoring Research 12/01/2017 Andrew Brady

Justin Bieber is selling his modified Ferrari 458

Justin Bieber is selling his modified Ferrari 458
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Justin Bieber’s Ferrari 458 hit the headlines in November when the pop superstar accidentally left it in a hotel car park following a night on the town.

Bieber parked his Ferrari at an upmarket Beverly Hills hotel before going clubbing in Hollywood.

It was three weeks before the Canadian singer realised the Ferrari was missing and his entourage traced it back to the Montage Hotel, where staff had assumed he’d left the supercar for next time he visited.

It seems that Bieber has now realised that he probably doesn’t use the modified Ferrari 458 enough to warrant keeping it – so it’s going up for auction at the upcoming Barrett-Jackson sale in Scottsdale, Arizona, on 21 January.

The sale of the Ferrari comes after the 22-year-old met Lamborghini’s CEO and took a test drive in an Aventador Roadster back in November.

The wrapped Neon Blue Ferrari has been modified by California-based West Coast Customs, a bodyshop popular with celebrities, having gained fame itself on TV show Pimp My Ride.

Barrett-Jackson’s description states that the Ferrari features a Liberty Walk body kit made up of a custom front splitter, side skirts and rear spoiler. Inside there’s a custom 2,000-watt 10-inch subwoofer, plus a factory custom interior created to Justin’s design. The alloys are bespoke 20-inch Forgiato rims.

It also adds that there’s a mark on its history report after being involved in a rear-end collision, not causing the airbags to deploy.

Bieber has had a number of scrapes with the law in recent years – including being accused of reckless driving and driving under the influence of alcohol.

Other cars going under the hammer at the Barratt-Jackson auction include Tony Sorprano actor James Gandolfini’s classic cruiser, nicknamed ‘Bada Bing’.


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