Since Ferrari’s inception, there have been an almost limitless amount of colors of paint that have graced the exteriors of their cars. And now, thanks to Ferrari Tailor Made, customers can cover their personalized Italian supercar in the color of their dreams.
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Reviving Rosso Dino
About 14 years ago, one customer sat down with Ferrari Maserati of Newport Beach in order to commission their new Enzo supercar. This discerning customer wanted a unique color that represented the heritage that the Enzo was to carry. After much discussion, he landed on Rosso Dino. This orange non-metallic paint was named after Enzo Ferrari’s son, Dino and had been dormant for decades. The classic cars this paint was used on originally included the likes of the 246 GT Dino, 365 GTB/4 Daytona and more.
Ferrari pulled the paint code out of the archives and made the customer’s wish come true. Upon delivery, the Enzo showed up in a stunning paint that had not been seen on a new car for a long time. Since this Enzo used the Rosso Dino paint, newer cars like the F12berlinetta, 458, California T and even the LaFerrari have been finished in this rare paint.
Now’s the Chance to Own a Legend
Now, over a decade later, the original owner is putting this one-off supercar up for sale through Ferrari Maserati of Newport Beach. This Florida-based dealership has had their own Enzo specialist service the car in their Service Center over the years and has kept it in impeccable condition. Over those 14 years, the owner only clocked 3,611 miles on the odometer, keeping it incredibly low in terms of mileage.
If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind example of one of Ferrari’s finest automobile, this should be the car you add to your collection. Everywhere it goes, it will surely be a hot topic amongst nearby enthusiasts and will be a highlight for photographers. For more information, click the button below to view this Enzo’s listing on duPontREGISTRY.com.
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