One-Off White Ferrari Enzo to be sold exclusively by RM Sotheby’s without Reserve

RM Sotheby’s is thrilled to offer one of the rarest modern Ferraris to come to auction without reserve. The legendary white Enzo will be offered online for just 24 hours, starting 29 June 2022. The Ferrari Enzo is a rare jewel, and 133023 fits right into that category. One of fewer than 20 “Extracampionario” cars […]

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