• Jun 26th 2006 at 2:55PM
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Well, the Ferrari Enzo continues to appreciate in value, and not only due to it's limited production and hyper-exoticness. Some Enzos fall victim to their Schuey-wannabe owners, who learn too late that owning an Enzo and having the skills required to handle one are two very different things.

Today's case in point: the poor, forlorn Enzo pictured above. According to the Swedish blog Bilfeber, this Enzo met its maker outside the Seoul, Korea airport. It's another testament to the Enzo's ability to take damage yet protect its occupants, as the driver walked away with no serious physical injuries. The "I'm such an ass!" feeling he or she is surely experiencing, on the other hand ... well, that's probably going to stick for a while.

Thanks to readers Johan and Roger for the tips!

[Source: Bilfeber]

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      • 9 Years Ago
      So if I buy an Enzo, how long do I have to wait until it's one-of-a-kind? :-)

      • 9 Years Ago
      If you can't afford to break it, you can't afford to own it. :-)
      • 9 Years Ago
      omg, its not crashed. its mangled... what ever happened to an enzo with a dent?
      • 9 Years Ago
      that doesn't look TOO bad. it might be repairable. at least the car wasn't split in half.
      • 9 Years Ago
      And Ferrari requires that you have owned previous Ferraris in order to even be considered as a potential Enzo purchaser? What does this say about Ferrari owners, that they can't drive?!
      • 9 Years Ago
      no school, no sale also no real drivers school, no license. any age no exceptions. most don't have a clue on curves or speed.
      • 9 Years Ago
      And every other Enzo owners quietly smile as the value of their cars go up a notch...

      I'm glad they actually drive them, but jeez Louise, be careful!!!

      asdf, that'll buff right out! : )
      • 9 Years Ago
      Its a common thing here (Seoul). They (Korean Society, I am an American)have been driving in this country for around 40 years and autos only became a routine family item in the last 20 years, but there will always be the Hyundae Babies and Samsung kids who get Exotics just for being who they are. I love seeing these cars trashed. There is no where in this country, and I know, that anyone can enjoy a supercar. The highways are overcrowded and Koreans are horrible drivers for the most part. I say keep bringing them in and watching them burn until some of these guys get common sense. It is pretty sickening to see a Lambo or a Bugatti sitting in a Seoul traffic jam just so some idiot with no idea of what the car is for can window pimp. (but what do I know, I have an NSX and not a enzo)
      • 9 Years Ago
      I think it's unrepairable because the whole car is made out of carbon fiber no?
      • 9 Years Ago
      Pretty soon they're going to remodel the bumper cars at your local fair to be little Enzo's.
      • 9 Years Ago
      #9, I know of a case (I'm sure there are more!) where the "prior purchaser" requirement was satisfied by buying another Ferrari immediately before the Enzo - in essence one deal.
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