2004 Ferrari Enzo
Documents: German Fahrzeugbrief
- Only 22,800 km and two owners from new
- Delivered new to Germany
- Vastly desirable Nero over Nero example
- The ideal driver’s Enzo; always well-kept and regularly maintained
- Fresh service by Ferrari Eberlein
- Application for certification submitted to Ferrari Classiche
With a naturally aspirated V-12 engine producing 660 bhp mated to a six-speed, sequential Formula 1-style gearbox, the Enzo could sprint to 60 mph from a standstill in 3.6 seconds, accelerating onwards to an astonishing 218 mph. In a contemporary review of the Enzo, Harry Metcalfe remarked on the Enzo’s impressive speed, commenting that, ‘It’s like the car is covered in a special layer of Teflon, allowing it to slip effortlessly through the cool night air. In fact, this side of a Veyron, I can’t think of a car that builds speed quite as easily as the Enzo.’
Finished in seldom seen and highly desirable Nero over a matching Nero interior with yellow stitching, this Enzo was delivered new to Germany and its first owner, Walter Rossing of Bad Hersfeld, on 29 April 2004 through Eberlein Automobile, the official Ferrari dealership of Kassel. Black was very seldom specified on the Enzo, and it is believed that about 12 Enzos with varying interior colours left the factory finished in black.
The car remained with Rossing for the vast majority of its life and was driven frequently during his ownership, before passing to its second German owner, from whose collection it is offered today. Well maintained throughout its life, the car’s warranty manual shows services completed on a bi-annual basis, always by Eberlein, with the last service undertaken earlier this year.
Undoubtedly one of the most memorable Ferraris built thus far in the 21st century, the Enzo was nothing short of a milestone for Ferrari. Finished in one of the most desirable colour schemes offered for the Enzo, this is the ideal Enzo for the enthusiast looking to experience one of Ferrari’s greatest creations on the open road.