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  1. 458beast

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    Can people help me build this list, I grabbed it from anothe forum, but it's very incomplete, for example on youtube there's a black enzo cruising around London (with uk plates) but he isn't on the list down as a black enzo british businessman.

    Obviously this could be a breach of privacy and the thread can be deleted, but as it's on some other sites I think it's ok? There's also a Bugatti list so I don't think this is so bad.

    * Paul Allen, Microsoft co-founder[2]
    * Sheik Hamad bin Hamdan of Abu Dhabi, also owns a Maserati MC12[3]
    * Juan Barazi
    * Gary Wood,Owner of an Enzo Ferrari, New Zealand.
    * Gerald Barnes, Owner of Ferrari Maserati Southern California, and clothing importer. s/n 134278 Rosso Dino/Nero
    * Nicolas Cage, American Actor. Owned two Enzos over different period of time, both have since been sold.
    * Tom Celani, owner of Motor City Harley Davidson, Farmington Hills, Michigan, one of the largest motorcycle dealerships in the USA. s/n 130918
    * Eric Clapton, guitarist, took delivery of the first Enzo imported to the UK. Parisian police also stopped Clapton when he was reportedly doing 145 mph on a highway in Paris while driving his Enzo.[2]
    * Joe Cole, Football player for England and FA Premier League club Chelsea F.C.
    * Luis Perez Companc, Argentine rally driver.
    * Richard Coyle, Blazn' Digital Media LLC. Wealth accumulated through various controversial websites.
    * Walter Curt[citation needed], Virginia businessman
    * Jamel Debbouze, a French-Moroccan actor.
    * Stefan Eriksson, Swedish criminal and former executive of Gizmondo Europe, reportedly owned two though a property of the company, red and black. The red Enzo was destroyed in a street racing/drunk driving incident. The Enzo was traveling on the Pacific Coast Highway at 162 mph (261 km/h) according to Los Angeles Sheriff's Department when the driver lost control and hit a pole. Both Enzos were involved in a bank repossession by the Bank of Scotland and were illegally imported to the United States. [4]
    * Cameron Fioret: Writer, owns a red Enzo Ferrai.
    * Sergei Fedorov, NHL player. s/n 130689 Now owned by LV Eric, Las Vegas NV.
    * Josh Fleming, Green Bay business man
    * Torsten Frings, Owner of black Enzo, and German International soccer star.
    * Lindsay Fox, Australian transport magnate, owner of the only Enzo with a yellow roof.
    * Michael Fux, foam mattress manufacturer, New Jersey. s/n 133024
    * James Glickenhaus, film director and stock magnate, New York, had Pininfarina to convert an unregistered Enzo into a modern P4/5
    * Armen Gugasian, former owner of Newport Autosport, exotic car dealership located in Newport Beach, California. s/n 134595 rosso corsa/rosso
    * Yoshiyuki Hayashi, Famous Japanese Ferrari Collector
    * Preston Henn, owner of Fort Lauderdale Swap Shop in Florida and former race driver. Henn loaned his Enzo to the editors of Motor Trend for use in their 2004 top-speed test. The car was driven to 211 miles per hour in this test.
    * Tommy Hilfiger, clothing designer. Hilfiger is believed to have a partial stake in the Ferrari dealer in Montreal, Quebec, and thus, his car is registered in Canada. s/n 133026
    * Shevaan Jayasinghe, Ferrari Collector has every Ferrari since 1990
    * Suleiman Kerimov, Russian billionaire and member of parliament, crashed his unidentified friend's black Enzo on November 26th, 2006.
    * Jason Kay, aka, "Jay Kay," front man of the band Jamiroquai. His Car is Black with dark green interior. s/n 132051
    * Chris Kelly Premier Motorcars of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Red/Red s/n 13631.
    * Marc Andrew Mendoza Mitsuwa Corporation of San Jose, California, s/n 133821.
    * Sheikh Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince Of The Kingdom of Bahrain. Known to be the only in the kingdom.
    * Frits Kroymans, Ferrari importer for The Netherlands.
    * Charles Kwan, renown Hong Kong racing veteran.
    * Aaron Kwok, one of the Four Heavenly Kings of Cantopop.
    * Cody Liebel, CEO, C-Note Records, hip-hop music label. Owns two Enzos. (Yellow and Red) s/n 133505 (Red)
    * Richard Losee, philanthropist, Named the MM Enzo [1] for "most miles" included red-custom doors that had the wrap-around roof section and side windows removed creating a targa-style top on his car.[2] Registered in Provo, Utah, the car was destroyed on August 2, 2006 at the Utah Fast Pass Road Rally while traveling at nearly 200mph on a closed-off section of rural highway. Other significant cars owned include Ferrari 288 GTO and 550 Barchetta, Original Goldfinger Aston Martin DB5, Duesenbergs, Lamborghinis, Stutz Bearcat. This Enzo was also featured multiple times in Road & Track magazine. Richard let the magazine perform various performance tests on it. Used heavily for charity work, Richard's Enzo had more than 30,000 miles.
    * Nick Mason, Pink Floyd drummer. His example was featured and driven on the UK TV show Top Gear. s/n 137445
    * The Matsuda Collection, one of the largest private collections of Ferraris outside Europe and the US. Also have four 250 GTO in possession.
    * John Menard and Paul Menard, father and son of Menard's Hardware Superstores. A chain of hardware stores located regionally in the Midwestern United States. John Menard negotiated the purchase of 3 Ferrari Enzos for a reported price of $2.2 Million dollars. The third yellow Enzo was sold to Nascar driver Robby Gordon.
    * Frank Mountain, British based American property tycoon and amateur racing driver. (the car was side-swiped by a bus on the way to a Top Gear Magazine photoshoot with the Maserati MC12, the chassis cracked down the middle)
    * Ian Nazareth, Sole importer for Ferrari in India and the Indian Sub-Continent. Multiple Ferrari owner. Collection includes 575M, F355, F430 and also involved in the Ferrari FXX program.
    * Pope John Paul II was given the 400th Enzo model by the factory. He sold the car at a Ferrari auction in Maranello, where it was bought by Donald W. Wallace, whose first Enzo is the second Enzo to be involved in a crash.
    * Roger Penske, motorsport legend, owns Ferrari dealership in partnership with Steve Wynn (developer). The dealership is located at the Wynn Las Vegas resort. s/n 131881
    * Bernd Pischetsrieder, Chairman of the Volkswagen Group, ironically his company own Lamborghini. As companies, Ferrari and Lamborghini have been in heated competition for over forty years.
    * Johnte Price, an American person living in Hawaii whose net worth is 275 million dollars.[citation needed]
    * William J. Pulte, Owner of Pulte Homes. Car and Driver used his Yellow Enzo for their story.
    * Kimi Räikkönen, Formula 1 driver Future Ferrari F1 driver Red Enzo.
    * Zahir Rana, Owner of bright yellow Enzo, and ZR Auto in Calgary, AB, Canada.
    * Rene Rasmussen, Danish racing driver.
    * Michael Riemer, Hi-Tech entrepreneur. Owns three Enzos. One Yellow (Giallo Modena), one Red (Rosso Corsa), and one Black (Nero).
    * Brian Ross, Ferrari Collector and Commercial Real Estate Entrepreneur and dealership owner (Vancouver, BC). Lives in Warren, Ohio.
    * Dr Anil K Roy, owner of Nanotech.
    * Justin Rubert, Owner of a Casino in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
    * Fahed Al-Saad Al-Sabah, Member of the Kuwaiti Royal Family, Son of the Ex-Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Saad Al-Abdullah Al-Sabah.
    * Hamed Salem Al-Sabah, Member of the Kuwaiti Royal Family, Grandson of the late Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmed Al Sabah. Student at AUK (American University of Kuwait).
    * Daniel Sadek — real estate investor turned film producer will feature his Enzo in the upcoming Eddie Griffin film, Redline
    * Peter Schorno, Swiss slot machine manufacturer.
    * Michael Schumacher, Formula 1 driver for Scuderia Ferrari.[2]
    * Teemu Selänne, NHL player.
    * Stefano Sidoli, Milanese entrepreneur, killed in the crash of his Enzo.
    * Daniel Sielecki, Argentine Bussinesman. s/n 129761 rosso corsa/rosso
    * Rod Stewart, Rock Star. s/n 136497[2]
    * Mohammed Ben Sulayem, Middle East rally champion with a very large collection of exotic cars.
    * Simon Tjong, A Ferrari Collector. Owns a red Enzo, Australia
    * Jean Todt, Boss of Scuderia Ferrari and CEO of the road car branch of Ferrari. Owns a red Enzo.
    * Giannis Vardinogiannis, Greek oil businessman and Panathinaikos FC shareholder, owns Ferrari dealership.
    * Donald W. Wallace, founder and chairman of the board of Lazydays RV SuperCentre bought Enzo no. 400 at the Ferrari Auction in Maranello. This will be his second Enzo. Wallace's first Enzo was the second Enzo involved in a wreck, reports claim his son was at the wheel.
    * Willi Weber, manager of Michael Schumacher. s/n 133021
    * Frank Warren, Boxing Promoter - Car recently written off in collision with bus
    * Bruce Weiner, former owner of Double Bubble Gum
    * Greg Whitten, software engineer, one of the very first employees at Microsoft. Author of GW-BASIC. s/n 131632
    * Pharrell Williams, music producer (The Neptunes), singer/rapper, frontman of the band N*E*R*D. Co-founder of the music label Star Trak.
    * Steve Wynn, multi-billionaire casino magnate. Wynn's Enzo, Black w/ Tan interior, was recently offered for sale through Ferrari of Orange County. (Southern California) s/n 133118
    * Torsten Jansson, Swedish entrepreneur.
    * Zlatan Ibrahimović, Football player for Sweden,
    * Loris Požar, owner of a slot machine company from Slovenia
    * Gary Irwin Eisenberg, Noted Ferrari Collector. Fatally crashed his Enzo in California.
    * Industriali Veneti, a lot of imprenditori del veneto[citation needed]
     
  2. COBRA MAN OF UTAH

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    Im pretty sure this list is older then dirt?
     
  3. JH

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    A lot of that list is correct, but a lot is also incorrect- So its pretty useless :D
     
  4. 458beast

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    needs updating then!!!!

    Although I cannot edit the post anymore lol :\
     
  5. YellowF50

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    With regards to the list, there are/will be quite a few people who could/will know the whereabouts of just about every car, but I think information like this is,

    If you know, then you know, or at least know someone you can contact to give you some further info, however if you don't know then really you don't need to know.

    I may be wrong but I would not be too happy if my details was on a list some where I had no idea about for anybody to view ( I imagine quite a few bankers may agree ). I suppose it is different if you had personally published details of it yourself as an owner or given permission like a magazine article ect.

    Good luck with your list though but I think it should be kept private.
     
  6. joe sackey

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    Most Enzo owners do not wish to be publicly identified.
     
  7. Ferrari 360 CS

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    +1 on this. I have always wondered what the motivation is for such lists.
     
  8. Mr. Francesco

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    If I owned an Enzo, I wouldn't want it to be public knowledge :)
     
  9. 134282

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    If I owned an Enzo, I wouldn't be on the Internet!
     
  10. Drive550PFB

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    The guy who posted this list obviously got the information from public sources, so why bust his balls? We keep a record of historically significant Ferraris, so what is wrong with someone wanting to preserve ownership history. Who knows, some hollywood actor might wreck and Enzo it might be restored and offered for sale. If the buy is unaware of its history, he could be taken for, ahem, a ride.
     
  11. Playframe King

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    + 1 other than.....
    So we can be inspired / motivated to own more than one ? or two? 3 is just wrong....

    Owners generally keep ownership to themselves/friends/meets etc as many have said...
    Even I know/have met owners not on that list ...no Im not telling....
     
  12. 458beast

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    #12 458beast, Apr 29, 2012
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    Apologies if this has been such an upsetting thread...

    like I said in the first post, the moderators or admins can delete it at their decision.

    I just wonder what you guys think of known bugatti owners threads lol.

    It appears most of this list is edited off wikipedia, and made into a list.

    But then there's some that don't mind the publicity (below picture)
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  13. COBRA MAN OF UTAH

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    Point is how many years old is that photo at least 4?
     
  14. 458beast

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    That doesn't mean anything, them rappers will show off their cars anytime, each new video, latest car...

    And...... don't forget the arab princes that come to London, Paris, Monaco just to show off in even more expensive cars than the Enzo.
     
  15. TexasF355F1

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    I'm pretty sure Pharrell doesn't own the enzo any longer.

    And this thread is just odd to me.
     
  16. joe sackey

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    You've underscored the point most are making by your own post showing Pharrell W driving the black Enzo that he no longer owns!

    Any enthusiasm of these cars must be applauded and we cant fault you for that at all.

    But, given the private nature of many Enzo transactions, the private disposition of many who these cars, and the frequency with which some of them change hands, having an ownership register is a bit like a dog chasing its tail: a nigh-on impossible task.

    I can understand how an original list was developed based on those who received the cars when new, and compiling this probably seemed like fun.

    It would be far more beneficial to chart chassis numbers of individual cars, because a meaningful register can be compiled, and unlike an ownership list, no matter who currently owns the car the list is never really obsolete.

    Best,
     
  17. Cozmic_Kid

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    What is the point of owning a car like an Enzo if it can't be public knowledge? Just sit and stare at it in the garage?

    IMHO a childish attitude.
     
  18. Alex1015

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    I don't see why there's a need to create this list in the first place
     
  19. joe sackey

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    The cars will always be public knowledge, as well as some of the owners. However, a significant percentage of Enzo owners are the type of people who dont want their name to be published all over the internet, and successfully take steps to ensure that this does not happen. This is their choice. Im sure you can understand it from this point of view.
     
  20. Ferrari 360 CS

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    I fully understand the need to keep a record but having owners lists to me seems a bit pointless, chassis number lists to me have some value for the reasons you describe. Put simply I was just courious as to the motivation for a ownership history list.
     
  21. Cozmic_Kid

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    Of course. I understand. I just think it is childish.

    Edit.
    I think it is equally childish to hang around outside an owners property just to get a glimse of the car. Or follow the cars home.
     
  22. anunakki

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    i dont see what the big deal is. most people wealthy enough to own an enzo are in some way shape or form public figures and more than the cars they own are being discussed online

    i dont own an enzo but i cant sneeze without my 'fans' knowig about it and talking on certain forums.

    these are what they sarcastically call 'white people problems'


    Sent from the 7th level of Hell
     
  23. ClassicFerrari

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    I agree this thread is random and also has very outdated info. But please keep in mind that we already have a very old and long Enzo owners thread. Heck, we even have a thread dedicated to North American Enzo owner demographics!!! So why is this weird? Why is there no issues with the 288GTO thread that has many owners names in it? Or other dedicated model threads for that matter?

    I'm all for respect for privacy and what not. I just find it mind boggling how thoughts on privacy differ from thread to thread...

    Sorry, rant over :D
     
  24. 134282

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    There seems to be a double standard when it comes to information, history, owner(s), serial numbers, etc., pertaining to vintage Ferraris as opposed to contemporary models. It's interesting to say the least.
     
  25. joe sackey

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    I tend to find that the more valuable the car, the less comfortable certain owners are with having their names published publicly.

    But, at the end of the day, its is what it is, different owners have different feelings, I just try to understand it, because objecting to it isn't going to make one iota of difference to a particular owner's feelings as to how public he would like to be about ownership.

    I deal with the entire spectrum from completely reclusive to world famous, and I'm cool with whatever.
     

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