2003 Ferrari Enzo

$149.3M worth of cars at RM Sotheby's Monterey
Thursday, 12 August - Saturday, 14 August
$3,360,000
Sale Price
$2,200,000 - $2,450,000
Est. Range
Yes
Reserve
14 August 2021
Sold Date
316
Lot Number
#2
Original
RM Sotheby's
Auction House
Chassis no. ZFFCW56A830133118. Nero over Cuoio leather. 5999/660hp, paddle shift 6-speed, all books and tools.

Evaluation: From the Fox collection. Formerly owned by Steve Wynn. Represented as one of two in these colors. Shows no signs of serious use or age despite its 17,540 represented miles, which are on the high side for an Enzo.

Bottom Line: Mileage be damned, this Enzo attracted aggressive bidding right up to the $3M mark. It was the most expensive car out of the Fox collection and it is the most expensive Enzo we’ve seen in years. It last sold for $2,040,500 at Bonhams Quail Lodge 2017.

by Andrew Newton
9 September 2021

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