As one of the rarest Ferrari models of recent times with only 400 units built between 2002 and 2004, the Enzo is a prime candidate for makers of kit cars.
This eBay find is based on a 1992 Toyota MR2 NA, which is said to have been "professionally stretched and reinforced" to a 104-inch long wheelbase to bring its dimensions closer to the original Ferrari.
The replica has been three years in the making, and according to its current owner, it is "about 90 percent complete" and that "with a couple weeks of work you will have an amazing car".
The pictures suggest that there's work to be done on the exterior trim and even more so, in the interior.
If you must know, the highest bid on ebay at the time we posted this piece was $15,300.
Video walkarounds and a detailed list from the seller follow after the break.
From eBay Description:
- -1992 Toyota MR2 Chassis with 140k
- -NA Motor with 5-speed Manual Transmission
- -Stretched to 104" to fit the body
- -Custom one of a kind body kit
- -Lotus Elise front Plexiglass Windscreen
- -Custom rear engine bonnet plexiglass
- -Modified MR2 Dash
- -$1500 spent on carpeting the interior
- -Race Seats
- -Custom V8 engine cover (pictured below)
- -Custom Grills installed
- -Prewired lights
- -Hinged Doors, front bonnet, and rear cover
- -19" Ruff Wheels with brand new tires (5" Rear Lip, 2" front)
- -Clean title
- -Registered and Insured as an MR2 with 60k in Modifications
What it Needs:
- -Doors need to have shocks installed to keep them up
- -Motor needs Fuel Tank and Fuel pump to run (factory tank is too big for the car)
- -Interior needs door panels, side windows, and roof upholstered
- -Front headlights, and 4 Rear tail lights (pre wired already)
- -Side Mirrors
- -1" Spacer for both rear wheels (you don't need this, but it will look better with them out more)
- -Doors have a slight gap in them, you can fix them if you'd like, they still function great, just don't line up 100%
- -And a few small details here and there (hey it's a kit car, it's not perfect!)
Here is a break down of what I spent on the car to this day:
- $8500 Body kit
- $5000 Toyota Mr2 Donor Car
- $2500 Stretch Donor Car to 104.3” wheel base
- $3500 19” Wheels and Tires (9” in front, 11” in rear)
- $2000 Custom Suspension
- $20,000 Body Work + Install kit
- $500 Prep for paint
- $3000 Red Paint
- $1500 Interior Carpet
- $500 Seats
- $2000 in other miscellaneous costs (emblems, engine cover, logos, dash, etc)
This is a replica kit car, NOT a $1,000,000 car. It is NOT perfect, it is good for what it is, but please know what you are getting yourself into by purchasing this car. If you have never owned a kit car, come see the car BEFORE bidding please.