A New Frontier in Timeshares: Luxury Car How can an average guy own a Ferrari for only $15,000? Through an exotic car timeshare. Of course, you can only "own" it for a few weeks a year.

A New Frontier in Timeshares: Luxury Car

A New Frontier in Timeshares: Luxury Car

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Curvy Road's 2004 Ferrari 360 F1Spider reaches top speeds of more than 220 mph and costs more than $200,000. Bill Ramirez hide caption

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Bill Ramirez

Curvy Road's 2004 Ferrari 360 F1Spider reaches top speeds of more than 220 mph and costs more than $200,000.

Bill Ramirez

How can an average guy own a Ferrari for only $15,000? The company Curvy Road offers an exotic car timeshare. Of course, you can only "own" it for a few weeks a year.

Alex Helmick reports from member station WBEZ in Chicago.

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