Soon enough, one lucky car buyer will be driving an Enzo that once belonged to No. 1 ranked boxer, Floyd Mayweather. Mayweather’s 2003 Ferrari Enzo is back at exotic car dealership Fusion Luxury Motors. He’d purchased the Enzo back in January for $3.2 million, during the lead-up to his May fight with Manny Pacquiao. Six months later it’s back up for sale.
Obi Okeke, co-owner of the Chatsworth, California dealership who’s selling the car for Mayweather has listed it for $3.8 million. In an interview last week, Okeke said, “When this Enzo goes up, it’s going to bring a lot of excitement to the market…” Apparently, the undefeated boxer’s Enzo is one of only 111 models built to U.S. specifications. Okeke said just 400 were built overall, with the final one being donated to Pope John Paul II — who put it up for auction to help fund relief efforts after the Indian Ocean tsunami struck in December 2004.
The car has just been put up on the market, with its online description reading, “FLOYD MAYWEATHER’S Ferrari ENZO – One Of The Most Coveted Collector Cars In The World. Destined To Be The Most Collectable Ferrari Enzo!”
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