That's a shame. Yea, Ferrari's main requirements were that you had to have alwready owned an F40 AND F50 to be eligible. That in itself is a pretty exclusive list, especially when you consider that there were similar requirements to be able to purchase those cars. Essentially, to buy an Enzo you have to be one of the fortunate individuals who have been lucky enough to have dished out between 1.5 to 2 million dollars on Ferrari's in your life. And that just gets you on the list! Believe me, anyone who's done that in their life, *is* sombody. $350k for a write-off, where anyone with the cash can bid, is sounding better all the time.