The Enzo was split in two following the 2006 crash, separating the cockpit from the 6.0-liter V12 engine. Ferrari decided it was worth repairing, likely due to the Enzo’s astonishing second-hand value, and sent Ferrari Technical Assistance Service to work on the car’s restoration.
Looking at photos of the 2004 model year supercar, chassis #135564, you’d never know it had once been in two pieces. Ferrari did an expert job melding the two ends back together and made the Enzo even more unique by painting the body in Nero Daytona, reupholstering the interior in red leather and applying new wheels with a gun-metal finish and red center caps.
If you ever doubted the Enzo’s value, this should reverse your stance. Here’s a car that was crashed and entirely mistreated by its previous owner and still grabbed $2 million. We can only imagine what a mint-condition Enzo would’ve sold for at the Paris auction.