Back in 2006, a man named Bo Stefan Eriksson damaged his Ferrari Enzo after losing control on a Californian highway. This accident left the Italian supercar heavily damaged, but it wasn’t damaged beyond repair. In fact, this exact car, according to Motor Authority, has been brought back to life in extraordinary fashion and is heading to auction.
According to the auction house putting it under the gavel, RM Sotheby’s, this Enzo is chassis 135564. This 2004 model was originally finished in Rosso Corsa and had Nero leather seats. It made it’s journey to the United States in 2006, the same year that it was unfortunately crashed.
After what must have been a tireless effort, chassis 135564 was brought given life once more at the hands of the Ferrari Technical Assistance Service. There, a new Nero Daytona finish was applied, which contrasts against the new Rosso leather. What’s more, the technicians added in a slew of new features that weren’t available when it was first made, including:
- Satellite Navigation
- Bose Stereo System
- Reversing Camera
- Power Windows
- Rear Spoiler with “Enzo Script”
Best part? Ferrari Classiche has certified the car and have given it their full blessing.
RM Sotheby’s is offering the reborn Enzo at their Paris event and will be auctioned on Wednesday, February 3, 2016. Now is the chance for one lucky buyer to own a one-of-a-kind Enzo that has been certified, even with an array of modern features that have been added in. RM Sotheby’s have given this lot an estimated auction price of €1,500,000 – €2,000,000 (roughly $1,635,000 – $2,180,000 USD).