This isn't an "ordinary" MC12 either.
The Ferrari Enzo is an extremely rare and valuable model. Only 400 examples were built from 2002 to 2004 and prices have skyrocketed from the original $670,000 MSRP. We only found two Enzos for sale in the US, one was $3.4 million and the other was just over $2.7 million. If this seems a little steep to you we may have found something even better. From 2004-2005 Maserati built the MC12 which was based on (you guessed it) the Enzo. The MC12 was actually even rarer than the Enzo with just 50 units produced.
This amazing orange MC12 is offered for sale in Calgary Canada for the not-so insane price of $1.95 million. Considering the price of the Enzo and that this MC12 comes with a US title, we think that this is actually quite a bargain. The Maserati has the same 6.0-liter V12 as the Enzo, but this one has been tuned by Edo Competition to produce 840 horsepower. The car also has ceramic brakes and a set of forged, center-locking wheels. Edo Competition has also added aero modifications from the track-only MC12 Corsa. People often forget about the Enzo's Maserati-badged cousin, but it is actually the rarer and more affordable collectible.