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FBI totals Ferrari in joyriding crash, stonewall insurance company

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"Two years ago, federal officials crashed this stolen Ferrari F50 in Kentucky, seized as part of a drug bust. Now the insurance company is suing the U.S. government, saying it's stonewalling over $750,000.

The 1995 Ferrari F50 had been reported stolen from a Pennsylvania dealership in 2003, and Motors Insurance paid for the claim. When federal agents found the F50 in Kentucky in 2008, they contacted Motors Insurance, but held onto the vehicle during a trial.

On May 27, 2009, an FBI agent and an assistant U.S. attorney took the Ferrari for a drive. According to an email from the assistant U.S. attorney sent just hours after the crash:"

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