RM Sotheby’s is offering a 2003 Ferrari Enzo in pristine condition with no reserve, providing car collectors and enthusiasts with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own one of the rarest and most sought-after examples of Ferrari’s halo car.
This particular Enzo is one of only nine examples finished in the ultra-rare Argento Nürburgring 101/C, and it’s the only known example with a tan “Cuoio” interior, making it even more exclusive. With only 141 miles on the odometer, it’s in brand new condition, and much of its factory protective packaging, including plastic on the door sills, tape around the ignition key, and plastic covering on the brake and gas pedals, remains intact.
The Enzo, with chassis number 132662, was delivered new to Japan in 2003 and has remained largely out of sight for much of its life, registered only for road use. The hypercar comes with its original owner’s manuals, car cover, spare key, and even an unwrapped original three-piece luggage set, all enclosed in a Ziploc bag. While the pre-auction estimate is available only upon request, it is expected that the ultra-rare hypercar will fetch close to $5 million.
The fact that such a pristine example of one of only 400 Ferrari Enzos ever built still exists is truly mindboggling, and it is undoubtedly one of the finest and most desirable examples for car collectors to own.
Note: All photos are courtesy of RM Sotheby’s