I’m not saying it’s the 308 but . . . Well no, that’s exactly what I’m saying.
I don’t get excited about seeing most super cars anymore. I've been around them too much and spoiled myself. But seeing an Enzo with the Tubi exhaust running around? Pretty damn special.
Disclaimer - The quality of these photos is, in places, not terribly good. This is down to three main factors:
I’ve been pretty lucky spotting exotics growing up here in South Florida, and since I live around the corner from Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale I pop in every once in a while to see what I’ll be spending my lottery money on when the day comes. Recently the inventory has been a little more exclusive than your “average”…
High-res detail photos from the Newtown Car Show in CT this past weekend, we did our best to avoid bystanders in the shots so that you guys could use these as wallpapers etc. Even more high-res car photos for your enjoyment here: L&S Studios
C&C on the Row was this past Saturday. It was pretty tame due to the weather. There was a more broad scope of cars though so that was nice to see. Here’s what I could get from my phone. There’s a Huayra, LaFerrari, Enzo, MSO P1, SLR, SLS, 300SL, countless 911s and a few Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Corvettes along with…
A wet Ferrari in the morning dew.
Ever since the very first time I saw a picture of the Enzo back in 2002 I was completely sold. It was really love at first sight. Yes there is now way faster cars out there but for me this will always be the Holy Grail of cars. I mean it is a car so good they named it after the man himself. Here we are 13 years after…
Although it totally looks like a lambo dude
These were the shit back in the day. I used to make some of the craziest tracks with these. Hopping the foyer, traversing between my house and my best friend's (we were next door neighbors), looping staircases, replicating traffic jams, hell even circumnavigating our old house with the help of all of my friends (no…
Totally safe for work. Sort of.
Enzo #399 is currently up for auction, with a New Jersey salvage title. It has 2,215 miles on it and is engine start certified. It is not run and drive certified, because... well...
Well, I finally made it back out to our local cars and coffee this morning and boy did it not disappoint. Lots of nice exotics, old metal and just cool in general cars. The lot was so full around Starbucks that it actually spilled out down around the sides and back of the shopping center. My phone was low on…
I just completed the engine paint job. Now for the rest of the car... A picture of the assembled, un-painted engine is below the jump.
Enjoy. Now with a working link.
A straight-piped Ferrari Enzo duelling against LaFerrari in a tunnel in Monaco. Can it get any better?
The first time I saw an Enzo, I didn't like it.