One-of-a-Kind Ferrari Enzo for Sale
The Ferrari Enzo, also known as the Enzo Ferrari, is one of the rarest supercars on the road and the only model to pay homage to the brand’s founder. The initial production run lasted from 2002 to 2004 and, in the end, only 400 units made it to the streets. Now one of those units is up for grabs and it very well could be the rarest of them all.
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Only one Ferrari Enzo ever wore its carbon fiber body with pride and now its back on the market. Coming out of Saint Louis, Missouri, the 2004 Ferrari Enzo is up for sale by Exotic Motors Midwest. Don’t get out your checkbooks just yet. This rare model boasts a $3.5 million price tag.
In comparison, a normal Ferrari Enzo starts at around $2 million. The majority of the units produced and sold were painted Ferrari’s signature red. Throw in the fact that this one-of-a-kind model has just over 3,700 miles on it and the price is entirely justifiable.
Under the hood is a 6.0-liter V12 engine that produces a massive 651 hp and 485 lb-ft of torque. Rocking a 0-to-60 mph time of just 3.1 seconds and a 100 mph time of 6.6 seconds, this 2004 model boasts plenty of power. With a top speed of 221 mph, it’s no wonder the engine was the first of a new generation.
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Ferrari originally planned to build just 349 Enzos but, after selling every single one, demand was still sky high. Shortly after the original production run, the Italian automaker made 50 more, bringing the total to 399. 2014 saw the production of the 400th Ferrari Enzo, built specifically for the Vatican, which was ultimately donated to charity.
It isn’t too often a gem like this one-of-a-kind Ferrari Enzo goes up for sale. Even with a $3.5 million price tag, it’s bound to attract plenty of interested buyers.
- Joseph PudlewskiContributor
Joseph Pudlewski is somewhat of a writer and editor living in the village of Anna, Ohio. A graduate of Wright State University, he holds a B.A. in English and enjoys reading anything by Jules Verne. A third generation American, he chose to forego joining the Air Force, unlike his father and grandfather before him. He would much rather keep his feet on the ground, hence his interest in the automotive industry, although he has no fear of flying. In addition to reading and writing, he also enjoys playing video games and spending time with family.