2003 Ferrari Enzo

Sale Price
Lot Number
Unrestored original
Gooding & Company
Auction House
Chassis No. ZFFCW56AX30134948. Argento Nürburgring over tan leather. 5999-cc, 660-hp V-12, paddle-shift 6-speed. Black brake calipers, SF shields, air conditioning, red tach face, tool kit, wheel socket, luggage, car cover, owners manual, window sticker.

Evaluation: Unrestored original | Owned by one family from new and showing careful preservation. Received engine-out service this year. Despite the 7130 miles showing (not low for an Enzo), the car is unblemished, essentially like new, and can be used with some confidence without worrying about adding miles to the odometer. Ferrari Classiche certification has been applied for.

Bottom Line: The single-owner history and consistent maintenance, along with the fact that it wears a color other than the common red, make this Enzo a particular value. The MSRP with Gas Guzzler and destination charges was $652,830, but $2.3 million is appropriate today, even with 7130 miles. The online bidding was busy, and it was extended several times before reaching this realistic result.

by Hagerty Editor
20 August 2020
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Running, but battered, incomplete, and perhaps rusty.
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Parts car.
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