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Remember that kid in Dubai who bought a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta and had it wrapped in the scheme of his favorite sneakers? Well, he’s put the Italian supercar up for sale.


The twelve-cylinder Prancing Horse is the property of Rashed Belhasa, the son of a billionaire construction tycoon. The 15-year-old goes by the handle “Money Kicks” on YouTube, where he’s accrued millions of viewers.
He made headlines this past summer when he showed off his F12 Berlinetta, coated in a red wrap to match his Supreme/Louis Vuitton shoes. He couldn’t drive it, of course, but hired a chauffeur to drive him around in it.
Rashed may end up never having sampled the Ferrari himself, unless his dad rented him some track time and got permission for the kid to climb behind the wheel (which doesn’t seem like such a stretch for an Emirates billionaire).
Anyway, whoever has been driving the Ferrari has put 5,853 miles on it, as it’s now listed by Dubai supercar dealer Deals on Wheels, with an asking price of 699,000 Emirati dollars – or about $190k at current exchange rates. Not into the sneaker wrap? It’s removable, presumably, and underneath it sports a yellow paint, with matching interior trim.
 
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