A Ferrari F40 – arguably the last great supercar to come out of the Italian marque – is a car that usually isn’t trifled with. And for good reason.

The F40 has stood the test of time, unlike many of its supercar rivals, to be one of the most revered and sought after cars to come out of Maranello in a long, long time. In orignal spec, the car was only offered in two colors: black or red. However, as you might notice, the car in the video above is neither of these colors — a personal choice by Liberty Walk, the Japanese tuning company whose white F40 was recently profiled by the car aficionados over at XCar.

Liberty Walk chose to tastefully modify the car, opting for 8-piston Brembo brakes in replacement of the stock configuration. The most notable additon is, of course, the multi-adjustable rear wing. The rear wing seems to be the topic of many heated discussions among the F40 faithful. Do you like the new adjustable rear wing? Or do you think it is overkill?

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