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For Sale: Ferrari FXX and Enzo owned by Michael Schumacher

June 27, 2013

When shopping around in the second-hand car market, what better owner could you buy a car from than Michael Schumacher? A Ferrari Enzo and a Ferrari FXX are currently up for sale, previously owned by the F1 champ.

Ferrari FXX owned by Michael Schumacher

If the Ferrari Enzo isn’t special enough for you, buying one previously owned by Michael Schumacher comes with more than its fair share of perks. You see, during his time with Ferrari, Schumacher was literally given vehicles as a means of gratitude.

As a result, the Enzo comes with unique options as well as Schumacher’s signature under the bonnet. Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo’s signature is also sketched under the bonnet, along with many other big names, making this an extremely rare buy. To top it off, the V12 supercar has just 8500km on the clock – not that it really matters.

Ferrari FXX owned by Michael Schumacher-bonnet signatures

The black FXX – the only one in the world – on the other hand, it has just 900km on the clock. It’s just one of 30 ever made, and the only one that wasn’t actually sold. The other 29 were sold to special members of the general public, while this was another present to Michael from Ferrari.

The FXX features a 6.3-litre V12 engine producing 588kW (up from the Enzo’s 485kW), matched up to a six-speed sequential transmission. It’s able to dispatch 0-100km/h in a superbike-like 2.5 seconds, while offering a top speed of 391km/h.

So, how much, you might ask? The red Enzo will set you back around AU$1.58 million, while the FXX will have you gasping for air, with a price tag of around AU$2.87 million.

If you’ve got the money, it could be a great investment. These cars, especially the FXX, are likely to only go up in value over time.

The cars are being sold through supercar specialist Garage Zenith.

Brett is the editor and founder of PerformanceDrive. He's obsessed with driving, having played with Matchbox cars until he was tall enough to drive a real one. After initially working as a mechanic, Brett earned a degree in journalism and entered media as an editorial assistant at Top Gear Australia magazine. He then worked at CarAdvice.com.au. His dream is to live next door to the Nurburgring in Germany.