If you combine carbon fiber with a big V12, it better have styling to match that performance potential. The Maserati MC12 is a statement by one of Italy’s oldest automakers. Since they have been involved in motorsports for 106 years, every so often they build a supercar to take on the world. Such was the case in 2003 when work began on the MC12 program.
In order to clinch the GT1 world championship, they designed a striking race car. But in order to be able to compete, 50 street-legal versions had to be sold to the public. Borrowing an engine from their cousins at Ferrari, the MC12 has the power of an Enzo with breathtaking looks. Only 25 cars were built by hand in 2005, and this one is showroom-fresh. Aside from a battery and regular fluid changes, the original tires have no signs of wear. All tools, books, and documents included, so click the link below to add it to your collection.