Sale Price
£1,800,000 - £2,200,000
Est. Range
5 November 2022
Sold Date
Lot Number
RM Sotheby's
Auction House
Chassis no. ZFFCZ56B000132659. Rosso Corsa over black leather and cloth. LHD, 5999/660hp, 6-speed F1 gearbox, Bridgestone Potenza tires, red harnesses.

Evaluation: Part of The Gran Turismo Collection from new. With nearly 71,937 km represented (44,700 miles) on the clock, this may be the most-used Enzo on the planet. That said, it presents very well. Seemingly freshly painted wheels compliment the good paintwork, with the front wings and bonnet slightly brighter than the rest of the car. There is a minor scrape on the nose. The catalogue mentions accident repairs at Maranello in 2004, but this seems more recent respray work. Inside, the interior is aging well except for some wear to the driver’s seat bolster. The front lights are cloudy and hazing. Used but always serviced, this is an unusual car in that it is in driver condition. Usually these are treated as collector pieces only trotted out for the occasional show.

Bottom Line: This car may have been a tough sell. An Enzo is no longer the latest and greatest in terms of performance or technology. There are newer cars that will do everything it can do for less money. However, the Enzo’s significance to Ferrari as an ultra-exclusive halo model and a top performer of its day cements it as a high-tier collector car, and this one’s high miles and blemished history make it a far less desirable example to the kind of people who shop for these things. Given the diminished buying pool for an Enzo with accident history, then, this price makes sense even if it is the cheapest one we’ve seen for three years.

by Andrew Newton
10 November 2022
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