It’s been 10 years since Ferrari ended production of the Enzo, so it’s only natural for used ones to crop up from time to time in the used market. They still make good money, too, and they’re all pretty much low mileage.
A 2003 car that is for sale by James Edition in Los Angeles, California, redefines the “low mileage” term. Its odometer shows it has covered only 354 miles (570 km), which means it’s practically as good as new.
It shows, too: there’s not a blemish to be found, from the bodywork to the immaculate cabin with the leather seats showing that it has barely been driven and the driver’s airbag warning sticker still in its place, albeit a bit peeling on the right.
This car is a US-spec Enzo in Rosso Corsa with a Nero (i.e. black) interior. Naturally, it comes with all the books, keys, tool kit, wheel socket, car cover, seat cover and steering wheel cover.
Price is available on request but it will probably command a premium over the US$1.2 million that’s, more or less, the asking price these days due to the extra-low mileage. Obviously, it was purchased not to be driven but as an investment and it sure paid off, as its original price tag in 2002 was a smidge under US$660,000.
Sure, 651hp may not be much compared to its successor and its rivals, which throw in an extra 300 or so but there’s something about owning a V12 hypercars that was named after the company’s founder and belongs to the – now closed – elite club of the non-hybrid, analogue breed.