Bo Stefan Eriksson is a former Swedish Mafia member who despite racing in the 24 Hours of Le Mans and owning his own (failed) gaming business Gizmondo is potentially most famous for crashing his 2004 Ferrari Enzo.
The crash happened back in 2006 as Eriksson was allegedly racing a Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren on the Pacific Coast Highway. The shunt split the car in two, separating the cockpit from the 6.0-liter V12 engine, but it was surprisingly deemed repairable.
Now, nearly 10 years later, Eriksson’s Enzo has returned. The car, chassis #135564, has been completely repaired and is once again in like-new condition. It left Maranello in 2004 painted in Rosso Corsa, however Ferrari Technical Assistance Service had it redone in Nero Daytona following the repairs. The interior, which was originally Nero (black), has been redone in Rosso (red).
The Enzo currently has 2,500 kilometers on its odometer, however low mileage hardly seems relevant when you’re talking about a car that was once split in two. No matter its turbulent past, this Enzo should have no problem grabbing at least €1.5 million – €2.0 million ($1.62 million – $2.16 million) when it’s auctioned off at RM Sotheby’s Paris sale on February 3rd.