Back in 2002, Ferrari S.p.A. celebrated their founder, Enzo Ferrari, by creating a supercar that would be the greatest of its time. Dubbed the Enzo Ferrari, it was built to succeed the F50 as the automaker’s latest supercar and to push the limits of automobiles.
Powering the Enzo is a monstrous 6.0-liter V12 engine accompanied by advanced Formula One technology. This powerhouse is enough for the car to hit 0-60 mph in just 3.14 seconds and head onward to a top speed of 221 mph. At the time of its release, the Enzo was unstoppable.
Just 400 examples of the Enzo were created by Ferrari, and recently, one of them was sold at Ferrari of New England thanks to the duPont REGISTRY.
The example sold was finished in yellow, making it one of a handful created by Ferrari. Included with the purchase was the full set of accoutrements that originally came with the car, including books, luggage, documentation, window sticker, etc.
The buyer was in the market for a collectible Enzo and found this particular one through the duPont REGISTRY magazine. It was everything he had hoped for, and after a month of paperwork and two weeks of finding the right automobile shipper, it was at its new home in California.
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In an interview with Jesse Berger, General Manager of Ferrari of New England, he said, “We rely heavily upon duPont REGISTRY’s selection of supremely qualified buyers. This transaction would not have happened if it weren’t for the magazine.”
Aside from this collectible Enzo, Ferrari of New England has a showroom floor filled with other pristine vehicles for sale. More specifically, they are currently offering a Blue Mirabeau Ferrari FF with a Cuoio leather interior. Be sure to visit their showroom in Norwood, Massachusetts, to see all that they have to offer.