The V12, 660-horsepower Ferrari Enzo is rare enough all on its own, with only 400 cars ever built. This special 2003 version in Argento Nürburgring 101/C is one of only nine made, and it’s up for auction. It’s actually the only one with a special Cuoio leather interior, and there are just 141 miles on the odometer. Consider it basically undriven (the miles are from Ferrari’s testing runs), making it even rarer. The car was delivered new to its first and only owner in Japan, and it still has factory plastic on it. The car includes documentation, manuals, car cover, spare key, and even the factory three-piece fitted luggage set. It’s numbers matching, as well. Expect big numbers to come from this auction, which have yet to be disclosed.