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White Ferrari Enzo turns up in one-off sale

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Ferrari originally wanted to offer the Enzo only in red, but added the shades of black and yellow before the start of production. There is a white Enzo. That white raven is now up for sale now.

Within the production run of 400 units, the majority of the cars were painted red. Black and yellow also officially came out of the lacquer. For the loyal customer, Ferrari offered the opportunity to choose a specific color. Not everyone opted for it, because RM Sotheby’s indicates that fewer than twenty Enzos left the factory gate in a different color. From that limited time, there was only one white. This is Bianco Avus. It came to the final check of the Italian sports car manufacturer on May 22, 2003. In addition to Bianco Avus, the buyer also added Nero leather interior to the order forms, as well as Rosso Corsa instruments and oversized carbon fiber seats.

The White Enzo is offered through RM Sotheby’s. Responsible for the Bianco Avus paint is a German-Swiss billionaire, who acquired the super sports car in 2003. He had the car delivered through Symbol Automobiles in Matran, Switzerland, which had involved the sports coupe from the Ferrari dealer in Wiesbaden, Germany. The owner then parked the Ferrari Enzo in a shop window in Matran, leaving it more inside than outside. In 2011, the White Enzo set course for Hong Kong. In that Asian country, the Enzo has no registration due to the steering position on the left. The supercar has only 9500 kilometers behind the wheels. The car has a German registration. In addition, the seller provides the car with full certification through the Ferrari Classiche program. The well-known ‘Red Book’, for which several thousand euros have to be paid to Ferrari, is included. Last March, chassis number 133023 underwent another annual maintenance.

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