Last time it sold in 2011, it brought in €750,000.
Whenever a one-off car goes up for sale, especially in the case of unique Ferraris, it is guaranteed to get a lot of attention from gearheads and collectors from across the globe. But in the case of a Ferrari Enzo test mule, fitted to a stretched 348 body with several elements from an F355, a stir of excitement from across the automotive world is just about guaranteed. The prototype was used by the company in the development of the epic Enzo, and is said to have all the supercar goodness of that model underneath.
The Enzo mule is currently up for sale on German website Modena-Motorsport with no listed price. However, this isn't the first time it has gone on sale, and the last time it hit the market in 2011 it was eventually sold for €750,000. Underhood is the Enzo's V12 engine, producing a mouthwatering 670 horsepower. We have a feeling it isn't going to stay listed for long.