Another icon from Maranello received its ultimate knighthood by being named Ferrari Enzo Ferrari. The name of the one man who created a global brand out of the Scuderia Ferrari which shines even today like no other. Limited to 399 examples plus one car, built for Pope John Paul II. As the successor to the F50, the Ferrari Enzo is probably the last analog supercar with the Cavallino Rampante before hybrid and co took place.
Our example in classic and striking Rosso Corsa over Nero and 4 point harness belts was delivered to its first owner in Switzerland on May 8th, 2003. Delivered via Garage Foitek and personally sold by Mr. Foitek himself, chassis number 132326 went to the first owner, Mr. Schorno, in Zurich.
After receiving service work from Ferrari dealers in Switzerland and Germany and in the meantime imported to Germany, Schaltkulisse bought the car in 2014 and sold chassis 132326 in one of the most impressive supercar and classic car collections in Germany. A major service at a cost of almost € 30,000, including a new clutch, has just been carried out by an authorized Ferrari Dealership. Never crashed and in first paint, coming with a fresh service, all books, original service book, torch and only 14,473km from new, this Enzo would be a wonderful addition to any collection and at the same time immediately ready for the road. Complete with Ferrari Classiche Certification, all books including the original service book, two keys and the torch this Ferrari Enzo Ferrari is VAT deductable and ready for its new caring owner.