Ferrari Enzo Sets Online Auction Record

RM Sotheby’s recently completed its first-ever car auction specifically curated by its team of specialists for the Online Only platform; Driving into Summer. Sales were led by an as-new 2003 Ferrari Enzo, which came with a price tag of $2,640,000, to become the most valuable car sold in a dedicated online only collector car auction to date.

One of just 400 units built, chassis no. 133033 was offered at auction from just two California-based owners, having resided within its first owner’s collection until 2018. The hypercar packs an impressive amount of power thanks to its purpose-built, 651-hp, Tipo F140B V-12 engine, able to rocket to 60-mph from standstill in just 3.3 seconds with a top speed of 218-mph. Regularly serviced and used sparingly, 133033 goes to its next caretaker in as-new condition, showing just 1,250 original miles and optioned with rare two-tone racing seats with red 3D cloth inserts.

Additionally, the Friday sale session also featured the sale of a 1985 Ferrari 288 GTO, which sold for $2,310,000. An exhilarating example of Ferrari’s first supercar, the 288 GTO was originally delivered to Ferrari collector Hartmut Ibing and changed hands just twice before joining the Online Only: Driving into Summer auction. Optioned with factory air conditioning and power windows, the thrilling Ferrari enjoyed 14,636 miles on the road and goes to its new home ready to be driven.

The Thursday sale session was highlighted by results for both modern supercars and classic grand tourers, including a race-bred 2017 Ford GT in Triple Yellow with Lightning Blue stripes, which achieved a final $836,000; a restored, matching-numbers, one-of-50 1958 Ferrari 250 GT Coupe with rare coachwork by Ellena, which sold for $671,000; and an essentially new 2020 Ferrari 488 Pista Spider, highly optioned and showing less than 90 miles at $605,000.

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