From a Ferrari Dino to a DeSoto, these outstanding automobiles are sure to drive up bidding at the South Florida Fairgrounds.
The truck shares similar pedigree and history with Ford’s GT supercar.
Among the beautiful brutes to cross the block was a 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe that brought bidding to $583,000.
Developed by Hennessey Performance Engineering, the 600 hp truck starts at $349,000.
A pair of racing-inspired chronographs designed for watch geeks and petrolheads alike.
Ted Segerstrom and his wife Rae have corralled about 85 examples of the model to share with the public.
Included in the car’s cost is a day at the Ford Performance Racing School in Utah.
Now that the desert’s dazzling automotive display has ended, here’s how our premier picks fared…
Best of the Best