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Old 21st February 2004, 02:37   #1
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The pictures GTO put up were really heartbreaking more so for a Ferarri worshipper like me .. Well if that was heartbreak what would the following pictures be??
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Old 21st February 2004, 02:39   #3
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Aarrrrrrrrggghhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Thanks for ruining my weekend dippy. Someone actually crashed his Enzo, man that guy should be "Saddamed"

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Man...thats painful. The way the Enzo luggage has been displayed there as well.

I wonder how much people would be willing to pay for an Enzo engine to build their own custom made supercar ?
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Let me quote what was written about the above in Auto Express

"Seeing a Ferrari Enzo for sale is as rare a sight as there is in motoring - only 349 were made, after all.

So when one appeared on auction website eBay it caught our eye, and when we realised what state it was in - slightly 'restyled' at the front - we were even more intrigued. The starting bid was £130,000, and the seller said the car had a mere 353 miles on the clock and was waiting for a new owner in Florida. But then the plot thickened - the Enzo mysteriously disappeared off the Internet before the end of the auction. It's not clear whether it was sold privately, or Ferrari was unhappy and stepped in to get the sale stopped. "
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Heres an inside picture with the airbags out. I do hope that the occupants did not need them (though the guy would need some protection from his father after doing this to his car )



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