The Ferrari Enzo is a legendary supercar that was only produced from 2002 through 2004 – making it a highly desirable collectible. Its 6.0 liter V12 engine produces 651 horsepower and getting one today generally means shelling out around $1.2 million. This one will fetch a bit more because it’s only got 354 miles on the odometer: making it practically like buying one new.
This 2003 Ferrari Enzo is currently for sale through James Edition and is a US specification car with a bright Rosso Corsa exterior and a Nero interior with matching Rosso Corsa stitching. It looks like it just rolled off the factory floor.
Since whoever barely drove it only clocked 354 miles, the leather seats look pristine as though they’ve never been used, which is really almost the case. The owner never even removed the safety sticker from the dashboard where it still sits, peeling a little around the edges.
The car is currently in Los Angeles, California, which makes you wonder which rich movie mogul bought this and then just forgot about it in his vast garage for a decade. Also, how do you buy a car like this and never drive it?
Pricing on this rare Ferrari is available on request, but given that crazy low mileage and incredible condition you can expect to pay a lot more than the $1.2 million that the average Ferrari Enzo commands.