Auction house RM Sotheby’s has another stunner of a car. Because in Canada, a Ferrari Enzo is being auctioned with barely 227 kilometers on the clock. What’s even tougher? He was never registered. Even tighter? The factory plastic is still on it. Look, talk about a perfectly “encapsulated” Enzo.
The story of this Ferrari Enzo can be called strange to say the least. For example, this Enzo built in 2003 was shipped to Japan but was never registered there. For 20 years this Enzo has not seen a piece of asphalt. Even better, during those 20 years the plastic, which is placed to ship the car, was not removed. Even the key and 3-piece luggage set are still in their plastic packaging.
As if that wasn’t exceptional enough, the Enzo was finished in the gray exterior color Argento Nürburgring 101/C. A color that, according to RM Sotheby’s, was only sprayed on 8 other Enzo’s. In combination with the brown leather interior (Cuoio), this may well be the only Enzo that was composed in this way. What should this Enzo cost after 20 years of standstill (nice and healthy for the 6-liter V12 in the back)? Your guess is as good as ours! Although we know that it will be auctioned between March 15 and 17. One for well-to-do people with a plastic fetish.
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