One single copy of the iconic car model Ferrari Enzo came under the hammer at the auction at the RM sotheby's at the weekend.
In all, there were only produced 400 copies of the exotic Ferrari, named after Ferrari's own founder, Enzo Ferrari.
This copy with the chassis number 132654 was assessed for an expected hammerslagspris between 2,75 to 3 million dollars, equivalent to between about 18 and 20 million dollars.
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When the hammer fell, said the price of 2.782.500 dollars, equivalent to approximately 18,3 million dollars.
For the price the new owner got a Enzo, who despite an age of 17 years old only have run about 2700 km.
Enzoen 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 exclusive Ferrari about a year's time, before it was sold to an owner in Illinois.
Since the car was purchased by the Lingenfelter Collection, which has serviced the car and installed a new and more loud exhaust system from Tubi Extreme, which now comes a new owner for good.
Ferrari Enzoen was the auction's most expensive car, but it was far from the only car that got a new owner for a large amount.
Thus was a Bugatti 57 Cabriolet from 1938 sold for 1.655.000 dollars, equivalent to approximately 10.9 million dollars.
A Ferrari 250 GT/L Berlinetta Lusso by Scaglietti was new owner for $ 1.6 million, equivalent to 10.5 million, while a Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Series II was sold for 1.352.500 dollars, equivalent to approximately 8.9 million dollars.
A left-hand drive Toyota Supra MKIV with under 20.000 km on the counter was sold for 137,000 dollars, equivalent to approximately 900.000 euros.
In all, were sold cars for 35,8 million dollars, which is equivalent to over 235 million dollars.
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