Livio De Marchi is a Venetian who has worked ornamental sculptures in wood since he was little. In 2000 he presented the full size of a Ferrari F50, entirely made out of ten types of wood. This F50 even had a working engine, which helped the Italian to navigate through the narrow canals in Venice (yes, the car also floated). Now the car is kept at the Venetian resort in Las Vegas and for $185,000 can be all yours. Just look at the interior details. Wouldn’t you like to drive this on the public roads?