Classified of the Week: Maserati MC12 with a Hefty Pricetag

Say you’re in the market for an ultra-rare Italian exotic. A logical step might be to look at the Ferrari Enzo– but there are too many of them you say? We’ll time for something a bit less passé. How about a car with all the performance of an Enzo, but with the added style and panache of a Maserati? One is available, but you better open up your wallet– or hedge fund. The Maserati MC12 is a vehicle built by the Italian automaker so that it could compete in the FIA GT Championship for sports car racing. In order for a race car to compete in GT racing, it needs to be homologated– meaning that a certain number of consumer versions of the car have to be built to validate its consumer viability. For the MC12, that number was only 55. PHOTOS: See More of the 2004 Maserati MC12
Classified of the Week: Maserati MC12 with a Hefty Pricetag
The MC12 runs on the platform of the Ferrari Enzo, but with more curvaceous, and arguably sexier, body work. It is powered by Ferrari’s incredible 6.0-liter V12, making 620 horsepower. Now, one of these insane supercars can be yours, but at an insane price. RELATED: See Photos of the Maserati GranTurismo MC Super Trofeo
Classified of the Week: Maserati MC12 with a Hefty Pricetag
Symbolic Motor Car Company of La Jolla, CA is selling a 2004 Maserati MC12. With 1,128 miles on the odometer, it was decently driven for a car of its age. It can be yours for princely sum of $1.5 million. We obviously can’t afford it, but we can certainly stare and drool.
Classified of the Week: Maserati MC12 with a Hefty Pricetag
PHOTOS: See Photos of the 2004 Ferrari Enzo

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