If you're struggling to find the million or so dollars needed for the real deal, this replica Enzo could be the closest you'll get. And as far as replicas go, it's pretty damn close.
With the Enzo's replacement currently under development and the 400 or so Enzo models on the market valued at over $1 million a pop, if you're keen to drive around in Ferrari's ultimate supercar then this replica residing on eBay Germany represents an excellent opportunity. There are telltale signs that this is a replica, from the shape of the engine bay cover to the less-than-authentic looking steering wheel and gated shifter, but as replicas go, this is an impressive effort. It even has a V12 engine borrowed from a BMW 850i.
Where the Enzo's 6.0-liter V12 drives 660 horsepower through a six-speed sequential gearbox, this replica's 5.0 manages 400 hp mated to a 6-speed manual. Its fiberglass and carbon-fiber composite body measures in at 4700 mm long, 2030 mm wide and 1140 mm tall - roughly the same size as the real thing. The exhaust system comes from an original Ferrari F50, and where the Enzo boasted the first carbon-ceramic brakes ever used on the road, stopping power in the replica comes courtesy of Brembo eight- and six-piston calipers at the front and rear. Putting all that power to the tarmac is a set of 19-inch alloys wrapped in Continental tires.