Is Ferrari the only one that gets really specific with the options on there cars...? Does it seem a little silly, comparitively...? i mean, don't get me wrong, i love some of the options, i think they're great... but does any other manufacturer do this...? i mean, could you imagine thumbing through the Auto Trader and finding a listing something like this: FOR SALE: 1980 Buick Riviera; book (not books), tools and records; painted drums, fire extinguisher, 183,000 miles. Pampered, never driven hard or in the rain; concours-winning condition; Iacoca handling package, cloisonette Scuderia Buick badges, booted shifter, full pleather interior. Serious inquiries only.