Why was one Enzo worth 750,000 less than another?

Why was one Enzo worth 750,000 less than another?

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Dude abides

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48 posts

166 months

Monday 7th November
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bobthemonkey

3,625 posts

200 months

Monday 7th November
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The red car had an replacement engine - an issue for those who consider matching numbers to be important perhaps.

Black was also a lot rarer.

Drclarke

1,136 posts

157 months

Monday 7th November
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Hasn’t this been discussed and deleted already that it’s all a sham ?

Dude abides

Original Poster:

48 posts

166 months

Monday 7th November
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Drclarke said:
Hasn’t this been discussed and deleted already that it’s all a sham ?
Must've missed it, what sham?

jwdh1

228 posts

93 months

Tuesday 8th November
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bobthemonkey said:
The red car had an replacement engine - an issue for those who consider matching numbers to be important perhaps.

Black was also a lot rarer.
didn't realise the red car had a new engine? Must admit we wondered why it was left at 2.5 when it appeared a much better car than the black one. Do you know if the mileage quoted (<10k km on the red car) was on the new engine only?

cc8s

4,177 posts

187 months

Thursday 10th November
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I think there were a handful of original Nero cars. If this is one of them, that could partly explain the difference.

jwdh1

228 posts

93 months

Thursday 10th November
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cc8s said:
I think there were a handful of original Nero cars. If this is one of them, that could partly explain the difference.
maybe partly but certainly not £750k? New engine and therefore non-matching numbers would be a good candidate for the difference?
Not sure Nero is the best colour for an Enzo, Rosso is much more in keeping!

HIS LM

1,231 posts

243 months

Thursday 10th November
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Dude abides said:
Drclarke said:
Hasn’t this been discussed and deleted already that it’s all a sham ?
Must've missed it, what sham?
The Enzo and F40 bids were shill (cough) a spokesperson said

sparta6

3,321 posts

84 months

Wednesday 23rd November
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A slight aside but we popped over to the RM auction in Pall Mall where the Enzo sold for 1.9

Interestingly neither the 288 or F50 sold

Charliebuck22

20 posts

128 months

Tuesday 29th November
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I was informed that the owner of the black Enzo didn't actually go through with selling the car. Make of that what you will. But my thoughts were if he can effectively revalue his car at £700K more than its actually worth for the cost of the buyers premium (£6K) seems a smart financial move if you ask me!

sparta6

3,321 posts

84 months

Tuesday
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It will be interesting to see what the matt black Brunei car goes for

jwdh1

228 posts

93 months

Tuesday
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sparta6 said:
It will be interesting to see what the matt black Brunei car goes for
that's a work of art isn't it, sealed bids will make it difficult to find out what it went for though.

Anyone know what the white one went for a few months ago? That was sealed bids at Sothebys again.

f1ten

2,118 posts

137 months

Tuesday
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Interesting I didn't realise the black col cars one hasn't sold

sparta6

3,321 posts

84 months

Yesterday (12:39)
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jwdh1 said:
sparta6 said:
It will be interesting to see what the matt black Brunei car goes for
that's a work of art isn't it, sealed bids will make it difficult to find out what it went for though.

Anyone know what the white one went for a few months ago? That was sealed bids at Sothebys again.
yes it's special and almost as desireable as the blue one that used to park regularly on the street outside one of my resi properties.

I suspect the cat will eventually slip out of the bag re: black Brunei sale price