This post is mainly for the benefit of Jay Leno, who will probably end up owning this one-of-a-kind piece of automotive history. Sotheby's auction house is putting Ferrari's Enzo test mule up for sale with a starting bid of over $1,825,000. The development car contains parts from the 348, 355 and 360, as well as the Enzo's V12 engine. And no, Sotheby's doesn't accept PayPal. (Click the pic to reach the article with a full-size pic.)
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