Those in the market for a Miami Vice chic Ferrari Enzo should mark their calendars for June 29th. RM Sotheby is hosting a 24-hour auction to find a new home for this white prancing stallion. This car has traveled the world, collecting less than 6,000 miles on its odometer. But, more importantly, this 2003 White Ferrari Enzo is one of less than 20 built wearing non-red paint and the only one wearing white.
According to the listing, this white Ferrari Enzo supercar left the Italian showroom dressed in Bianco Avus. Its first owner, a German-Swiss billionaire, had the car shipped to Switzerland, where it lived a low-mileage life. Then, in 2011, the white Ferrari Enzo was sent to Hong Kong. Because the car is left-hand drive, it was never registered but did earn a Ferrari Classiche certification in 2012. Moreover, Hong Kong’s authorized Ferrari dealership gave the white Ferrari Enzo a full service. Currently, the car lives in Canada.
Selecting any color other than red on the Enzo was reserved for Ferrari’s most deep-pocketed clients. This Ferrari Enzo is optioned with a Nero (black) leather interior with carbon fiber accents. Photos show the naturally aspirated 6.0-liter V12 engine in pristine condition. Based on the car’s condition and unique color option, it has all the requirements to be the most expensive Ferrari Enzo to be sold at auction. RM Sotheby’s 24-hour auction of the white Ferrari Enzo is scheduled for June 29th.
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