An RM Sotheby’s auction almost always contains a few jaw-dropping examples of rare automotive exotica, but their ‘Driven by Disruption’ sale to be held in New York City next month is truly something else. The lot list for the auction already consists of a priceless Fangio-driven Ferrari 290 MM and Janis Joplin’s Porsche 356 C, among others, and now Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s 2003 Ferrari Enzo has joined on as well.
Mayweather’s Enzo is the 295th example of the 400 units that were produced. It was bought new by a wealthy customer in Dubai who barely ever drove it and was later purchased by the boxing legend in early 2014. Mayweather drove the car just 200 miles during his ownership and with just 560 miles on its odometer, this is one of the lowest mileage Enzos in existence.
The car, which is chassis #135440, was recently serviced by Ferrari of Beverly Hills in September of this year and also comes with past service invoices from the dealership as well as the original seat covers, steering wheel cover, and car cover. The luggage bags, owner’s manuals and tool kit that came with the Enzo new are also included in the sale.
RM has not provided any estimates as to what the Enzo may sell for, however the auction house set a record at its Monterey sale in August when it sold Pope John Paul III’s Enzo (which was gifted to him by Maranello) for $6 million. That was the last Enzo ever made and it had just 111 miles on the odometer, however, so Mayweather’s car will probably sell for quite a bit less.