RM Sotheby’s has just posted an auction for a 2003 Ferrari Enzo that is in pristine condition and is believed to be one of the last known variations that still have its wrappings on.
There V-12 supercar only has 141 miles on the odometer and comes accompanied with its original manuals, car cover, fitted luggage and spare keys, all of which are still in its original factory packaging. A majority of the Ferrari Enzos that were made were finished in Rosso Corsa while a handful of other variations were painted in other popular color schemes such as Giallo Modena, Nero Pastello and Rosso Scuderia. On the rarer side of the spectrum was the Argento Nürburgring 101/C, a palette that only made its way onto nine variations, one of which also featured Cuoio leather interiors as opposed to the other iterations which came with Rosso or Nero leather. Plastic wrap also still covers the door stills as well as the brake and gas pedals, and the ignition key is still engulfed in tape. Additionally, the engine is powered up with 651 horsepower and 485 pound-feet of torque.
Check out a closer look at the elegant sports car in the gallery above and note that bidding is open right now via RM Sotheby’s.
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