Rebirth of an Enzo

Posted by: Lydia Siu onJanuary 26th, 2016

Enzo auction

The 2004 Ferrari Enzo you see here was literally brought back from the dead. The story of its early life is a sad one to say the least. In 2006, Stefan Eriksson, a successful tech business man, lost control of this Enzo going 160mph, crashed into a pole, and split the car in half.

The remains of the Enzo made its way to the Ferrari Technical Assistance Service where it was meticulously overhauled and brought back to life. The once red Enzo is now lathered in a beautifyl Nero Daytona and has a Rosso leather interior. Some smaller touches include a navigation, a Bose stereo, reverse camera, and some carbon fiber trim pieces. The odometer reads 2,500km and has remained in Europe since its rebuild. This super car has been certified by Ferrari confirming its authenticity and quality standards of the rebuild.

RM Sotheby’s will be bringing this Enzo under the hammer in Paris on February 3. The estimated value of this car is between $1.6 to $2.2 million. Can’t wait to see the hammer drop on this Enzo.



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