The Ferrari Enzo was named for the Prancing Horse’s founder, and it remains a coveted collector’s supercar. Most of the mere 400 made were painted in Rosso Corsa red, and there were a few clad in black or yellow. But a single version was painted in Bianco Avus white, and it was socked away in a private collection for years. It’s considered to be one of the best examples of the model, and it’s a unicorn among unicorns. The car was created as a special order, and now it’s come out of the shadows in all its glory. The interior is black leather with red gauges, red esat belts, and wider carbon fiber seats. There are only 5,965 miles on the odometer. Not bad for a car that’s almost two decades old. Back in 2003, the Enzo sold for $659,330. The last one sold at auction in 2015 for almost ten times that amount.