$1M Ferrari Enzo donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital


Don’t let your mind race recklessly thinking that this Ferrari will be used to chauffeur the hospital kids! With barely 399 Enzo’s originally created, (not to forget the special one-off for Pope John Paul II), it’s amazing how many we see emerging up all over the place. Currently, we have in news an Enzo that was donated by a private owner to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, to be auctioned off to raise funds for children with cancer and other serious illnesses. The auction, which will take place on September 15th in Beverly Hills during the fourth annual Runway For Life fashion parade, marks the second time an Enzo is being auctioned for charity. One more Enzo presented to Pope John Paul II by Ferrari was auctioned for tsunami relief. Even if the bidding will start at $875,000, the estimated price is well over a million dollars.

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Celebrities like Cindy Crawford, Daisy Fuentes, Patricia Heaton, Jenny McCarthy, and Anna Kournikova amongst others are expected to grace the event with their presence. The donated Enzo, which is a 2003 US-spec delivered model has been looked after by a Ferrari workshop for its previous owner and comes complete with the exclusive Enzo luggage set. Other features of the car include the 650hp V12, carbon-ceramic brakes, and the carbon fiber body.
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