The $10 Million Enzo Ferrari

Enzo Ferrari (1898 - 1988) casts his eye over the Brabham-Repco car during the Italian Grand Prix at Monza in 1966. Reg Lancaster/Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

No, that $10 million isn’t the price of an Enzo Ferrari at auction. But it was (almost) the ransom for Enzo Ferrari’s corpse. Listen in as Scott and Ben discuss the bizarre common-link between Elvis Presley, Abraham Lincoln, Charlie Chaplin and now, Enzo Ferrari.

Topics in this Podcast: Henry Ford, Elvis Presley