The biggest problem with halo cars is that they are almost always bought by car collectors who are more than happy in turning these incredible machines into showpieces. It’s not uncommon for limited-production supercars to have only a few hundred miles on the odometer even decades after rolling off the factory floors. However, the halo car you see here is an absolute anomaly in the world where collectible cars are preserved like a Picasso painting.
Meet the Ferrari Enzo that has been used as a daily driver for almost two decades, piling up 90,000 miles. If you have the slightest idea about high-performance cars, you’ll know that’s an incredible achievement, especially given the fact that the Ferrari Enzo shared a lot of components and technology with Ferrari’s F1 race car from that era.
This Ferrari Enzo is actually one of the most historically important cars with the Prancing Horse logo. If you look closely, you’ll notice that it has a Targa top – the only known example of a Ferrari Enzo in the world without a roof. This supercar was originally bought by an American automobile enthusiast named Richard Losee who converted it into the world’s only T-top Enzo.
The Ferrari was even borrowed by Road & Track magazine for a cover story where it embarked upon a grand 1500-mile adventure across Utah, earning the supercar its nickname MM Enzo (MM stands for Most Miles). The MM Enzo met with a crash in 2006 which totaled the supercar. However, it was soon resurrected and clocked more than 30,000 miles by 2013.
The MM Enzo is still incredibly owned by Richard Losee and is currently loaned to a Salt Lake City local and exotic car enthusiast who is only known by his Instagram handle @dryl8k. The car enthusiast has been documenting his time with the incredible automobile and recently posted of the supercar when it finally reached the milestone of 90,000 miles.
However, there’s no stopping for the Most Miles Enzo as it’s on its way to hitting 100,000 miles. It would be an unbelievable feat for a halo car that’s powered by a race-derived 6.0-L V12 engine capable of producing 651hp. Madness!