More than six million dollars was what they paid for the Enzo that belonged to the Pope. It is also the last unit produced 400 and has just rolled 180 km
E ra one of the most valuable pieces of the auction RM Auctions held these days at an event in Monterey, California, and the amount paid by the purchaser and confirmed it. This is the Ferrari Enzo that belonged to Pope John Paul II , which sold for no less than 6.05 million dollars, surpassing the most optimistic forecasts.
The Enzo in question had been donated the house of Maranello the then pontiff, that was sold in a charity auction aimed at raising useful funds for those affected by the tsunami that took place in Sri Lanka in 2005. When ten years ago the supercar of prancing horse that has 660 hp V12 engine was released commercially, was priced around 660 000 euros.
The unit only accused only 180 kilometers on its odometer is not only special pro have belonged to the pope from Poland, but also that this is the 400th unit, say the last produced . With all that data is not uncommon to understand how such a price was paid, although its current market value stands at around a million and a half dollars.
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