Ferrari Enzo Prototype for Sale Again
If you’ve always wanted to own a Ferrari, and you want a really unique example, you might want to check out this Ferrari Enzo prototype that’s for sale. Consisting of a stretched Ferrari 348 body on top of a chassis that combines the 348, F355, and F430, the prototype has a 670-horsepower, V12 engine. And it looks pretty epic. RELATED: Check Out Photos of the Original Ferrari Enzo
It’s noted as “for sale” on the German website Modena Motorsport with no price listed, but apparently it last sold for €750,000 or about $970,000, give or take a thousand.
If you’re a Ferrari buff with a cool $1 million burning holes in your Swiss bank account, this might be the ride for you. We bet it’s a bit rough to drive, being a prototype and all, and maintenance and repair are probably a nightmare (God forbid it’s ever in an accident), but this car sure is a conversation starter.
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Of course, the exclusivity and high price means that this car will likely spend a lot more time parked than being driven, which means the prospective buyer will either be a wealthy individual collector (Jay Leno, we’re looking at you) or a museum.
No matter who snags it, one thing is for sure — this prototype is a mobile piece of Ferrari history.
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