The PF Cabriolet was supposedly owned by two Italians. They got into a disagreement over the car, and one of the partners, the one holding the title paperwork, sold it, and provided the new owner with everything necessary to register the car. However, the seller didn’t give his partner any of the proceeds from the sale.
According to our sources, the other partner was understandably irritated when he discovered he no longer had a Ferrari or any money, and filed a stolen car report. This also might explain why the seller refused an insurance settlement, as to have accepted might have created further legal complications.
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