There was nothing quite like the Ferrari Enzo when it was launched back in 2002. Built with Formula 1 tech, it was capable of performance numbers few cars can match up to this day. It also had this riveting physique still turns heads decades after it was launched.
Its place in the pantheon of all-time Ferrari greats is assured thanks to its engineering and pedigree—it was named after the Enzo Ferrari, after all. These are some of the many reasons why it’s a good day when we come across this supercar, even if it’s just via cyberspace.
The latest one we found is this model from 2003 that’s now up for auction on the Gooding & Company website, and it looks as good as it did the day it rolled off of Ferrari’s production line. It sports silver over tan coachwork by Pininfarina, and we have to say that we’re kinda digging the look more than we like the signature red finish.
We’ve no idea how much the bid is at as of this writing, but we can assume that it’ll end up having quite the hefty price tag once it’s eventually sold. You can check out more photos of this beauty below.