Floyd Mayweather’s Ferrari Enzo Sells at RM Sotheby’s for $3.3 Million
The hits keep coming for the champ, who’s sold two Enzos and bought a Bugatti.
Floyd Mayweather is having a busy supercar year. After winning at least $150 million for his critically-slammed May 2 defeat of Manny Pacquiao, he bought a Bugatti Veyron for $3.5 million and, with last night’s RM Sothebys “Driven to Disruption” auction, has sold not one but two rare Ferrari Enzos.
The auctioned Enzo was the 295th example built, and had just 560 miles on the odometer—200 of which were put on by Mayweather, who bought the car just a year ago. It sold to anonymous buyer for $3.3 million—slightly less than experts at Sotheby’s had anticipated, but almost twice what Janis Joplin’s very cool Porsche 911 commanded (the late, great songstress’s ragtop went for $1.8 million).
A cool three-point-three million seems like a lot of money, even for a guy who took home $150 million for beating Pacquiao in one of the most anticipated (and resoundingly disappointing) fights in recent boxing memory. But it’s actually $1.5 million less than Mayweather got for his other Enzo.
According to Obi Okeke, Mayweather’s personal car dealer at Fusion Luxury Motors in Van Nuys, California, the summer Enzo was a snap to sell.
"People have been calling from all over the world ... countries like Australia, Japan, Great Britain, Germany, Austria, India, South Africa, Nigeria and the United States," Okeke told TMZ this summer. Prospective buyers made full-price offers, and some that came with conditions.
"I got some crazy request from a 60-year-old man who wants to buy the car,” Okeke said. “But only if he can lace up some gloves and spar in the ring with Floyd in his gym."
The first Enzo went for $4.8 million, and had just 549 miles on the odometer. How many more Enzos does Mayweather own?
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