It will be worth at least 25% less than a no stories Enzo. No difference between US and Europe but you need to be careful as to which market the car was built for (easy to move a car from US to Europe but not the other way around unless it is more than 25 years old).
If this car was redone at the factory then it is the car that was destroyed in Malibu by "Dieter" about 3 years ago that was in the headlines. Was "owned" by a Swedish game maker who swindled investors out of $400+ million!
He didn't forget to pay the bank.---he had exported it from Europe and 'forgot' to pay the bank through which he had arranged financing he couldn't afford.---
I do not think this is accurate. I know who this was. He was a founding member of Nextel, and the accident was outside Laguna Seca two years ago.The Enzo discussed here was owned by a CEO in Northern California if I remember correctly. He died in the accident. It was bought and sent to Ferrari to totally rebuild. It emerged a brand new car and was sold to a Swiss collector.