Straight-piped-Ferrari-Enzo Ferrari Videos 

VIDEO: Straight-Piped Ferrari Enzo is the Definition of Eargasm

Naturally-aspirated V12 Ferrari with a muffler delete – It doesn’t get better than this. There are few supercars in this world like the Ferrari Enzo that tingle your sense. It doesn’t matter if you’re driving or being driven around or are just a bystander watching it streak past. This car will give you goosebumps. Apparently, there are just 4 or 5 straight-piped Ferrari Enzos in the world. With a muffler delete, the 6.0-liter, naturally-aspirated V12 engine sounds even more raucous. The Enzo was built to be a Formula 1 car…

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Doug deMuro-Ferrari Enzo Ferrari Videos 

Doug deMuro was not allowed to drive a $3 Million Ferrari Enzo

Doug deMuro went to Australia to drive a Ferrari Enzo, only to be disappointed. In his latest video, Doug deMuro gives a detailed tour of the Ferrari Enzo. Sadly though, he wasn’t allowed to drive the $3 million supercar and hence we will never know where the Enzo stands on the Doug Score chart. Still, like always, Doug goes into some fine details about the car, which you and I would’ve probably never known. The Enzo Ferrari, as it was officially known is one of 5 limited edition supercars built by…

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Rosso Dino Ferrari Enzo For Sale-Maserati Newport Beach-5 Ferrari Supercars for Sale 

One-off Rosso Dino Ferrari Enzo For Sale in the US

Maserati of Newport Beach in Florida has a rare, one-off Ferrari Enzo for sale. This one-of-a-kind Enzo supercar was commissioned in a special shade of Ferrari red inspired by their classic sports cars. This Ferrari Enzo is finished in Rosso Dino named after Enzo Ferrari’s son who tragically died at the tender age of 24. The paint was first used on the Dino series of sports cars built by Ferrari. These included the 246 GT Dino, 365 GTB/4 Dayton and others. The previous owner of this special Enzo maintained and…

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Maserati MC12 successor considered Maserati News 

Maserati MC12 Successor in the works?

Maserati may be considering a MC12 successor. The company’s top boss told Autocar that a limited edition model like the Ferrari Enzo-based MC12 may be built in the near future. Built in 2004, the Maserati MC12 was basically a re-bodied Enzo. Just 50 cars were produced over the course of a year till 2005. Maserati returned to racing with the MC12 after a long break of 37 years. The MC12 Versione Competizione raced in the FIA GT series in the GT1 class and also entered the American Le Mans series in 2005. Like…

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