Anyone who follows Floyd Mayweather on Instagram knows that the boxing champion likes to spend money, and to tell everyone how much money he spent. Who else would dress up like a bank robber from the 1995 film Dead Presidents and pose with stacks and stacks of real money?
One of the items that Mayweather is most fond of dropping loot on is supercars. The CEO of The Money Team has a fleet of Bugattis, Ferraris, and Mercedes-Benzes. But now Mayweather is going to be on the receiving end of some cash for one of his rides. Mayweather is selling his 2003 Ferrari Enzo at RM Sotheby’s December auction in New York City.
The Enzo is still considered one of the finest automobiles ever produced. One that was gifted to Pope John Paul II sold for more than $6 million at a Monterey auction this past summer. A car owned by a boxing champion is far different than one owned by a pope, but Mayweather’s Enzo is still an impressive specimen. Owing to Mayweather’s penchant for touting his car’s cost more than its performance stats, the Enzo has only 560 miles on the 660 horsepower, V12 engine. It is the 295th of only 400 Enzos that was produced and Mayweather is only the second owner.
RM Sotheby’s estimates the car will go in the $3-$3.5 million range, which would make it the second-most expensive Enzo ever sold behind the Pope’s. It would also prove that Mayweather was telling the truth when he boasted in an Instagram post from 40 weeks ago, “The value of my Ferrari Enzo only appreciates.”
See more pictures of Mayweather’s Ferrari Enzo below.