The rare 2003 Ferrari Enzo supercar that boxer Floyd Mayweather bought from the dealership in January is going back up for sale.
Obi Okeke, co-owner of the Chatsworth, Calif. dealership, said he will sell the car for Mayweather. He’s expecting to list it between $3.6 million to $3.8 million.
Mayweather said during the lead-up to his May fight with Manny Pacquiao that he bought the Enzo for $3.2 million.
“When this Enzo goes up, it’s going to bring a lot of excitement to the market,” Okeke said in an interview today. “… I’ll probably put it up for sale on Monday, but it’s in my showroom right now.”
The undefeated boxer’s Enzo is one of only 111 models built to U.S. specifications. Okeke said just 400 were built overall, with the final one being donated to Pope John Paul II — who put it up for auction to help fund relief efforts after the Indian Ocean tsunami struck in December 2004.
The Enzo, which zooms from 0 to 60 mph in 3.14 seconds, sports a V-12 engine that pumps out 660 hp. If buyers don’t act quickly, the price could surge in a few months.