Now rare Ferrari sold: estimated at 20 million

When a car brand with so many iconic car models in the automobile CV as Ferrari chose to name a model after its gundlægger, Enzo Ferrari, then commit it. Why

Now rare Ferrari sold: estimated at 20 million

When a car brand with so many iconic car models in the automobile CV as Ferrari chose to name a model after its gundlægger, Enzo Ferrari, then commit it. Why

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
06 mart 2020 Friday 17:00
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Now rare Ferrari sold: estimated at 20 million

When a car brand with so many iconic car models in the automobile CV as Ferrari chose to name a model after its gundlægger, Enzo Ferrari, then commit it.

Why did Ferrari also in the belt, when they developed the model Enzo, which got the official world premiere at the Paris Motor Show in 2002.

As successor to the 288 GTO, F40 and F50 had the Enzo a lot to live up to, why the Ferrari went in the department for their Formula 1 team to borrow technology to the wild gadebil.

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the Result is that the Enzo is equipped with a V12 engine with 651 hp coupled to a six-speed dobbeltkoblingsgearkasse, as did that Enzo could reach from 0-100 km/h in 3,3 seconds.

In all, there were only produced 400 copies of the exotic Ferrari, and now one of the copies sold at auction at the RM sotheby's at the weekend.

Enzo is the highest rated car in the entire auction with an expected hammerslagspris between 2,75 to 3 million dollars, equivalent to between about 18 and 20 million dollars.

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Enzoen is equipped with Ferrari's signature four round tail lights. Photo: RM sotheby's

This copy with the chassis number 132654 is lacquered in the colour Rossa Corsa with red leather upholstery, and the model was originally sold to its first owner in New York.

He had the car in about a year's time, where it travelled about 1600 km, before it was sold to a second owner in Illinois.

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Enzo has F1 gear with skiftepaler behind the wheel. Photo: RM sotheby's

Since then, the car was sold by a company that brings together exclusive cars called the Lingenfelter Collection, and they serviced the car and installed a new and more loud exhaust system from Tubi Extreme.

In all, the car has only been driven 1700 miles, equivalent to approximately 2700 km, and therefore is Enzoen still as new both inside and out.

And now the car have a new owner, if a buyer is ready to pay the price for the rare Ferrari. The price is of course without Danish taxes.

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Updated: 06.03.2020 17:00
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