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The Only Bare-Carbon Ferrari Enzo Ever Made Is Selling for $3.5 Million

With only 400 built, the Ferrari Enzo isn’t a common car by any stretch of the imagination, but there’s still a decent chance that your red Enzo could end up parked next to another red one at your local Ferrari meet. For some, this occurrence would be unacceptable, so they’ll need to buy something just a bit more unique. Something like this bare-carbon Enzo that’s apparently the only one ever built.

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It’s recently turned up for sale at Exotic Motors Midwest in St. Louis with an asking price of $3.5 million. That’s a lot of money, but can you put a price on true individuality?

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Per Carscoops, this car is the work of Carroezia Zanasi, an Italian body shop that works closely with Ferrari itself. So yes, this an aftermarket conversion, but it’s about as close to being official as it gets. The interior also appears to be re-trimmed in red, quilted Alcantara and the wheels look like they’re made out of carbon fiber too.

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Details are fairly slim on Exotic Motors’s site, but this car has just over 3000 miles on the odometer, and everything else appears to be original.

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You might see more than one carbon-bodied McLaren P1 out and about, but this is surely the only bare-carbon Enzo. Is that worth $3.5 million to you?

via Carscoops

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