• Jul 19, 2006
As a disclaimer, we'll say up front that this custom Ferrari Enzo targa is not new news. After some research, we discovered a Road & Track article from November, 2005 that was written by the car's owner, Richard Losee. Mr. Losee's Enzo might be the most driven Enzo on earth, as at the time of the article he had just passed 20,000 miles and it's reportedly a daily driver (!). In fact, it's been said his Enzo was the first that Road & Track got its hands on to test (Ferrari doesn't do media vehicles).

Okay, back to the roof, or lack thereof. Losee purchased a second set of doors from Ferrari and put the original pair in storage. A local Ferrari body shop then went to town and turned Losee's Enzo into the rarest of the rare – an Enzo Targa. Creative or sacrilege, call it what you want, but it's like no other Enzo on earth. And the sound from the front seat has got to be pure auto porn.

(Check out more angles of the Enzo Targa after the jump)

[Source: JabbasWorld]


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      • 8 Years Ago
      Is there a removeable glass top or something? I'd assume so if it's a 'daily driver', though it could just be foolish of me since I live where it rains. Pretty cool. Gotta love the toys of the ultra-rich
      • 8 Years Ago
      I guess he won't need those extra doors! See: http://www.sltrib.com/utah/ci_4127209

      -Mike
      • 8 Years Ago
      I dont think it looks good. At least he didnt extend the wheelbase, and turn it into some fuggly limo.
      • 8 Years Ago
      This guy is awesome. He has driven his supercaar more miles than my Satrun I've had for three years now. He makes a point that no matter hoe elite your car is, it's just that: a car. Ant it shouldn't be treated any differently.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Here's another article on the crash:

      http://www.sltrib.com/utah/ci_4127209


      Car was totaled
      • 8 Years Ago
      #5. You're probably right... if he's driving the car at 205 MPH. Who really cares about affecting the upper limits of a car who's upper limits you'll never reach. He'll enjoy the open air more than giving up a little performance.

      I had a 2002 M3 Convertible and people used to always rag me about the car being slower and not as rigid as the coupe. I told them that I enjoyed the top down way more than sacrificing the extra 0.3 seconds it took me to get to 60 from a stand still.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I BET HE CANT GET 5OK MILES, WITHOUT ENGINE REPLACEMENT.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Dinger, Mr. Losee correctly identifies it as a T-top.
      It's the pseudo-journalists at Autoblog who dorked it up. Again.

      Original article, link lifted from the source page:

      http://img138.imageshack.us/my.php?image=toplessenzo1wc.jpg
      • 8 Years Ago
      "And the sound from the front seat has got to be pure auto porn."

      How does it sound from the back seat?
      • 8 Years Ago
      Losee is from Salt Lake City, Utah, and the local Ferrari dealership is Steve Harris Imports. A friend and I installed the clear protective film on the front and interior of the car. We went back to do a touch-up on it, since it was in the shop for repairs. Apparently during the Road & Track test some water got sucked into the engine computer and ruined it.
      • 8 Years Ago
      It looks cool but I bet not having those pieces of metal there will do something to the overall performance. Plus...I dont think Ferrari will be too happy about someone modifying one of there rarest masterpieces. But I guess if you rich...who cares!
      • 8 Years Ago
      I totally respect that. He drives it a lot and isn't afraid to try something new. That's what a car is for.
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