Any Ferrari F40 is special, but look closely at this cutaway. It’s actually a prototype, identifiable by the 20 louvres on the engine cover as opposed to the 11 found on production F40s. How did Kimble manage to dissect a prototype F40? Well, the US-based artist needed to get his hands on a car quickly, and although his original plan had been to travel to Italy, Fiat found him a prototype in the slightly less distant city of Detroit. Although Kimble was only able to see certain aspects of the prototype, he knew the engine was based on the V8 in the 288 GTO, so he just used that.