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You Drive a Fast Watch

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This limited-edition Ferrari-brand watch costs $364,000—but you can't even buy one unless you already own a Ferrari. The Guardian reports: "The clunky-looking timepiece is being built by Swiss watchmakers Cabestan to commemorate Ferrari's 60th year in Formula One, and supposedly evokes the experience of driving one of its vehicles." Ah, yes, wearing a watch and driving a Ferrari are so similar. Company reps admit that so far only one has been pre-ordered. [Guardian]