On, Nov. 18, a Ferrari Enzo will be sold by CrashedToys of East Bethel, Minnesota. This is no ordinary Enzo, as it has a current bid of just $367,000. Why would an estimated $2 million car only be at six figures? Probably because it was involved in an accident and is in dire need of repair.
The Enzo, which was apparently wrecked by the owner’s mechanic back in June, has major damage to the rear passenger side. As for the rest of the car goes, it’s actually in great condition- the interior is still as gorgeous as ever and the engine still runs.
CrashedToys has estimated the repair cost at $870,612.77. With the current bid and estimated repair cost, the total investment needed for this car to be in tip-top shape again is, as of right now, $1,237,612.77. In the car’s listing, they have also estimated the car’s retail value at $2,364,969, which is $1 million more than the needed investment. Whether the car will sell for the estimated retail value is up in the air.
Be sure to check back with us to see just how much this crashed Enzo sells for.
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