A Ferrari supercar can come in many different shapes, sizes and pricing brackets. One could acquire a project car for perhaps $20k or go for a flagship car for around $300k. Then there are the million dollar Ferrari models, epic beasts that I picture shrouded by a staff of maintenance gnomes meticulously fending off every dust particle before it has a chance to land. Then there is this video, which is much more realistic:
The video above shows the likely nausea-inducing process of detailing an extremely rare vintage Ferrari 288 GTO. It is rather lengthy, and only the diehard restoration fans will likely finish it. Skip around some to get the idea if you lack the time!