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Stolen €2-million Ferrari secured by German police

Deutsche Welle Wednesday, 15 May 2019 ()
German police have tracked down a rare 1985 Ferrari after an alleged buyer sped off with it during a test drive. The suspect remains on the run. The vehicle once belonged to British racing driver Eddie Irvine.
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