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Ferrari Enzo leads London auction

Published 09 October 2019

A Ferrari Enzo could make up to £1.7m when it goes under the hammer. The 2003 European-delivery example is one of approximately 400 models built and has covered fewer than 15,000km from new. This example has been recommissioned after years of storage.

The car had two former owners before it was purchased by the current vendor, a Ferrari enthusiast living in the UK and principal of a Ferrari privateer outfit that specializes in competition preparation and support for modern Ferrari race cars. As a result, the car has been carefully serviced under the owner’s supervision since 2015.

Joining the 2003 Ferrari Enzo is host of other cars wearing the prancing horse ranging from 1961 to 2018. There’s a 1994 Ferrari 412 T1 offered from the Autobau Collection, a 1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GT by Scaglietti, a 1961 Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 Series I by Pininfarina, and a 2018 Ferrari 488 GTB 70th Anniversary.

One of just 13 right-hand-drive examples supplied to the UK, the Dino 246 GT has covered just 7757 miles from new. Equipped with the distinctive flared wheel arches and Daytona-style seats, a pairing nicknamed the ‘chairs and flares’ option, the Dino represents a great opportunity to acquire a rare example in wonderful condition (estimate £390,000-£450,000).

1961 Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 Series I

An Italian-delivery example, the 250 GTE, chassis no. 2947, comes to auction retaining its original engine and benefitting from a recent full restoration including an engine rebuild by GTO Engineering (estimate £325,000-£375,000). Rounding out the highlights, the 488 GTB is virtually as-new throughout, having accumulated only delivery mileage, with single ownership from new (estimate £260,000-£310,000).

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