Now, we aren’t necessarily opposed to LS-swaps – that is, the act of installing a Chevy LS V8 engine into whatever other set of wheels. It’s certainly a great option in, say, a Nissan 240sx, a Mazda RX-7, or even a Jaguar XJS.
However, we have to suspect that the late, great Enzo Ferrari would be rolling in his grave if only he knew about the LS7 swap into this unsuspecting 360 Modena GT.
Don’t get us wrong; the LS7 is a superb motor. But transplanting one into a Ferrari 360 is… well, it’s definitely taboo.
It should be noted that, as you can see from the photo, this is a forced-induction unit. Specifically, one from Lingenfelter, tuned to make somewhere around 1,000 hp. Still, in a world where 99 percent of us could only dream of owning such a piece of automotive delight in its unmodified form, this car is quite a vulgar display of tactlessness.
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