The Ferrari Enzo is a true supercar great and this one is pristine enough to be a highlight of even the most remarkable car collection.
This Ferrari will be sold by Mecum Auctions at its Kissimmee event on January 14 and is expected to sell for between $3.5 million and $3.7 million. Immediately making this Enzo stand out from most others is the custom-order Argento Nurburging paint that is beautifully complemented by a set of silver-finished center-locking alloy wheels.
The original owner also ordered the Italian great with Scuderia Shields on the front fenders and yellow center caps.
Found in the cabin are carbon fiber bucket seats clad in Nero leather and complete with stitched Cavallino emblems on the headrests. Plenty of interior parts are finished in naked carbon fiber and while the 18-year-old car is lacking many of the amenities of modern-day supercars, it does still have air conditioning.
At the heart of the Ferrari is a 6.0-liter naturally-aspirated V12 churning out 660 hp at 7,800 rpm and 485 lb-ft (657 Nm) of torque. Working alongside this engine is an F1 automatic transmission with paddle shifters that sends power to the rear wheels through a limited-slip differential. The seller notes that the car has just 7,334 miles (11,802 km) under its belt.
Ferrari only ever built 400 examples of the Enzo, the last of which was commissioned for Pope John Paul II and auctioned to help the victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Just 70 examples of the Enzo were produced for the U.S.