Ferrari has put its hand up to assist disaster victims to rebuild their lives one month after the Abruzzo quakes with a limited edition F430.
The car, which will be the last off the production line at the end of the F430's lifespan later this year, will be covered in the colours of Aquila, the town worst hit by the April 6 quakes.
The highest bidder will be invited to the Maranello factory to customise the car to his or her requirements, and be presented with a certificate and plaque for the dashboard.
The bidding will be held this Sunday at the Ferrari RM Auction in Modena.
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