Many of us would never even consider purchasing a car that has been crashed one time or another. However, when it comes to this Ferrari Enzo that was once owned by Eddie Griffin we are able to make an exception.
Eddie Griffin (the actor and comedian) crashed his Ferrari Enzo into a concrete barrier during the promotion for the new movie â€˜Redlineâ€™. Many believed that the Ferrari would never be used again – but thanks to Matt Groner it has been resurrected.
The Texas broker deals in wrecked luxury and sportscars, and usually sells them as is. With the Redline Enzo, however, Groner decided to put in the effort to restore the vehicle. Since the Enzo’s chassis is composed of separate carbon fiber sections bolted to the center tub, Groner had simply to call up the factory and order the replacement parts. Well, not so simply, as it turns out, because the parts cost $300k and took months to arrive. The restoration is now complete and is for sale for $1.3 million.