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Would you believe it sold for $409,660???



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Originally posted by lo bux racer@Oct 22 2005, 11:11 PM
Would you believe it sold for $409,660???
Yup. Those cars aren't just sold to anybody with money to burn. You have to have already owned certain Ferraris to even be considered for purchasing one of those new. I doubt the rules apply for the resale.
 

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The wreckedexotics site says the damage was $400k...so for a mere $809k you can have a rebuilt Enzo with only 355 miles on the odometer.
 

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Original MSRP, according to autos.msn.com, was $643,330. Enzos were a very limited run. They made less than 500 of them, if what I read was right.
 

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With the carbon fiber brake pads listing for $5,000 U.S. ...can you imagine what the required repair parts will run? Even after repair the Carfax report will haunt you forever......
 

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Originally posted by Geneo@Oct 23 2005, 11:18 AM
With the carbon fiber brake pads listing for $5,000 U.S. ...can you imagine what the required repair parts will run? Even after repair the Carfax report will haunt you forever......
as if the fact that you wrecked a car that Ferrari CHOSE you to purchase/have wasnt enough to make you hurt yourself...
 

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According to the site, it was the owner's rather young son. No idea how true that is, but that's what they say.
 

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Neither could I. I'd be grinning so big, it would take a few weeks for it to go away.

hateonthis05 - your dad won't let you drive his? Why do you have a Scion again?
 
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