A MANCHESTER man who turned a Ferrari into the world’s fastest limousine may no longer be able to use the famous Italian name. The Italian supercar manufacturer is threatening legal action against Dan Cawley unless he removes all Ferrari insignia from the car They argue that because he modified the 360 Modena when he cut it in half and stretched it with a 9.5ft section of hand-built carbon fibre, it is technically no longer a Ferrari. But Mr Cawley said before he converted the 400bhp beast he specifically asked the car manufacturer whether he could go ahead and they agreed he could. The new car is now 20ft long and seats eight people. It maintains a fast speed because it weighs just 160kg more than the original 1,390kg vehicle. When it was built the modified 360 set the record for fastest limousine and longest Ferrari.                                –WO