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2002 Ferrari Enzo

2002 Ferrari Enzo in Man, Moment, Machine, TV Series, 2005-2020 IMDB Ep. 2.26

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: IT

2002 Ferrari Enzo

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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j-2 ES

2007-04-22 19:43

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MBSL65fan wrote Best Ferrari ever made. Only 400 have been built and at lease 2 or 3 of them have been destroyed. :(


2 or 3???

I count 20 at least...

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-04-22 20:12

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Eddi Griffin, with that crash has made people to put their attention on the movie he was advertaising, RedLine

j-2 ES

2007-04-22 22:23

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MBSL65fan wrote I only remember the Malibu California crash in February 2006 and the one by Eddie Griffin.


And these:

[Image: enzo_20061205_004.jpg]

[Image: enzo_20061205_002.jpg]

[Image: enzo_20060809_007.jpg]

[Image: enzo_20060626_001.jpg]

[Image: enzo_20050630_001.jpg]

[Image: enzo_20051103_004.jpg]

[Image: enzo_20050305_001.jpg]

[Image: enzo_20040205_001.jpg]

[Image: enzo_20041210_001.jpg]


And more Enzo´s...


-- Last edit: 2007-04-22 22:24:39

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-04-22 22:27

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entonces si que han sido unos cuantos :p

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-04-22 22:38

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I like the weird crashes pitures, they are the best ones :p and the crash art ones are cool too, indeed i added one done with my cars few years ago :lol:

G-MANN UK

2007-12-02 17:29

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These pictures are just tragic, these crashes happen because many rich people are idiots.

wrenchhead US

2007-12-02 18:04

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It would be nice if only rich people were idiots :D I have seen VW's torn up just a badly

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Ingo DE

2007-12-02 18:12

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Some days ago my wife was loughing loudly on her way back from work, when a VW Phaeton was crashed.
The driver was an absolute idiot. On the -very busy- Autobahn in Düsseldorf he drove as hell, always passing the other cars on the left, on the right (illegal in Germany), tries to push the others away with the flashin-lights and so on. At last he passed very dangerously and illegal annother car on the right side, turns rougly back on the left lane - and "whoomm", he crashed into two cars standing there, which had an accident shorly before. The drivers were still standing outside. All other people in the cars around were loughing about that scene.

Ingo DE

2007-12-02 18:15

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A propos crashed Ferraris. I'm working in an insurance company. A long time ago, when the Ferrari F 40 came out, two of the three first F 40 in Germany were insured at our company - and both were crashed by the overstreched drivers within just a few days. This had cost a lot of money. The management was absolutely pissed afterwards.

G-MANN UK

2007-12-02 18:46

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I wonder what happened to those drivers' insurance rates.

Ingo DE

2007-12-02 18:49

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The rates were going up, surely - but not enough to catch the lost money of the company.

G-MANN UK

2007-12-02 18:57

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That's part of the logic behind insurance, when something gets damaged you avoid paying for it all.

That last photo of a crashed Enzo, I think I remember seeing that in my local paper (Southern Daily Echo), it belonged to some rich guy in Hampshire and it hit a bus. http://cars.uk.msn.com/News/car_news_article.aspx?cp-documentid=5028251

"The High Court writ alleges that the single-decker bus was being driven recklessly and at high speed when it rounded a bend on the wrong side of the road and collided with the Ferrari."

That's a good one! Unless they made a typo and got "single-decker bus" mixed up with "Ferrari", they often make mistakes in local news reports! :D

-- Last edit: 2007-12-02 19:05:17

Buc84 US

2007-12-02 19:16

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I think pic #5 & pic #8 are of the same car?(#8 is at a car auction,where the Insurance company was probably trying to sell it....and was probably bought by some body shop/dealer who thinks they can fix it?) And from pics #1,#2,#3 & #6,you almost wonder if this wild ride was their last?? (BTW: When you buy one of these,don't they also send you to one of those special driving classes to learn to actually drive this thing??)

G-MANN UK

2007-12-02 19:17

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They ought to.

badlymad CA

2007-12-02 19:23

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Buc84 wrote (BTW: When you buy one of these,don't they also send you to one of those special driving classes to learn to actually drive this thing??)


Bugatti provides a special driving course for Veyron owners, but I thought Enzos just required an established record of Ferrari ownership.

Edit: It appears that only the first 349 were sold to owners with established records (who bought the F40 or F50)- the other 50 were built due to popular demand.

-- Last edit: 2007-12-02 19:26:26

G-MANN UK

2007-12-02 19:26

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What, so you can't buy an Enzo as a first Ferrari? They expect you to work your way up to it?

G-MANN UK

2007-12-02 19:31

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Maybe instead of selecting previous Ferrari owners as customers, they should choose the ones with the least previous insurance claims, because surely the Ferrari designers don't want to see them get wrecked like this.

badlymad CA

2007-12-02 19:39

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Looking at the issue of CAR about the Enzo (September 2002)- Priority was given to existing Ferrari owners and collectors, but it would sell to first time owners- a 5000 pound refundable deposit was first required, then a 5000 pound confirmation deposit, and then a 10,000 pound non-returnable deposit before you actually put down 500,000 pounds to buy the car. However, Ferrari gives you a complementary seat fitting and a test drive at their factory.

I suppose they wanted owners with records because they were less likely to destroy their cars immediately, after all the Enzo is supposed to be a very exclusive car. :p

jettalover US

2007-12-03 01:35

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The Dec '07 edition of Automobile Magazine had an article about the new car experience with Ferrari in North America. Namely its not a rewarding one. If you have never purchased a Ferrari at one of their dealerships before, you can not first time buy a brand new Ferrari. You can first time buy a used Ferrari, but almost never a brand new one. Company officials cite supply and demand imbalance. If you don't like these rules you can go pound sand. Ferrari has more than enough previous customers to deal with, they are not actively seeking out new relationships.

antp BE

2007-12-03 17:57

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It also allows current owners/customers to feel more "special" I guess

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