Make a short introduction of yourself or share some details about you thus it could be easier to find a suitable one. Also, I don't think people here would be surprised for having someone looking for an Enzo.
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Im kinda curious about the island for sale, YES the island for sale...
Hi the private island is on the Florida Atlantic intracoastal waterway in the city of Port Orange. It's surveyed 3 acres buildable covered with large palm trees and has its own beach on the west side of the island.
Not sure GT. I would be curious if the red colour makes it more or less desirable and worth more or less in terms of monetary value. It will be interesting to see how fast and for how much (if we are lucky enough to be privy to it) it sells.
Im a broker that has a client that i represent that is currently trying to sell his Enzo. the Enzo has 350 miles on the dash only from maintenance and service. the car is in perfect condition. and no one is seeing Enzo's any more with low miles like that. literally factory test miles. if any one is very serious you can email me at [email protected]. I also have other cars that Im sure you will be interested in
Originally Posted by islandforsalebyownerView Post
Did you say you are looking to trade your Ferrari Enzo for a private 3 acre island in Florida.
I hope for your sake I am wrong but I don't like your chances. It looks flat and don't you have hurricanes there? I suppose it would suit a recluse but I would imagine most Enzo owners would prefer the action on the mainland. Do you have a photo of your quoted beach? Please tell me it that it isn't that area in the photo. Do people in the US actually buy such small islands like this? Over here, there would be absolutely zero interest in it. Different story if there was scope to build a resort but I imagine with only 3 acres, that would be an impossibility. I think I need some educating on how Americans utilise these tiny islands.