[I take NO credit for any of this amazing history, I thank GOOGLE and 'other sites' for the info]
Like most of Ferrari history it is subject to a lot of research and speculation and if one cannot get the difinitive answer, then one goes with the best experts of the day.
There were three factory owned cars of that era, attributed to Enzo, but there is debate that he actually owned or drove any of them for more than a small moment in time.
The pic below is the one you are probably referring.
Here are some 'other items' take from the web.
From the road test of the GTE
in "Sports Cars Illustrated", January 1961:
"At the time of this trial there were three Ferrari 2+2's running around Modena. Number one was the original prototype, number two the production prototype and number three the first actual production car. The latter was being used by Commendatore Ferrari himself, and needless to say we did not get our hands on it, but we were able to sample numbers one and two extensively."
There are three 330 GTs in the registry (www.330gt.com
) with factory ownership:
4963 Registered by SEFAC and pictured with Enzo.
6453 Registered by SEFAC and probably used by Enzo.
7161 Registered by SEFAC and card from factory dated 1979 and signed by Enzo confirming his ownership.
Now, since Enzo owned the company, all could/would be 'his' until sold to someone else: FWIW.
And now this pic.
Man to the left is Peppino Verdelli , Enzo Ferrari's mechanic and personal chauffeur for 49 years.