When Ferrari introduced the Enzo Ferrari at the 2002 Paris Motor Show it was the definition of a show stopper. Named after the "Old Man" himself, the Enzo was worthy of the name. The largest V12 ever in a street-legal Ferrari, technology pulled directly from Ferrari's F1 program that was at the height of its success with Michael Schumacher who aided in development, and consequently, performance figures that still hold up today — 3.3 seconds from 0-60 and a top speed of 218 MPH. To say that this is a rare opportunity is an understatement; only 400 were made from 2002 to 2004. The US-spec Enzo Ferrari here is offered for sale by the original owner's family in silver over a tan leather interior. In absolutely immaculate condition and ready for the road, this is something that will immediately be a centerpiece no matter the collection.
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