The annual automotive confluence witnessed an Alfa Romeo win Best of Show.
These top-optional automobiles, from the last century to now, continue to wow at auction.
The leading lots include a 1961 Aston Martin racer valued at more than $13.3 million.
Set at Southern California’s Sherwood Country Club, the one-day display distinguished itself with selection of historically relevant vehicles.
Among the rare sightings will be a 1956 Jaguar XKSS and 1938 Alfa Romeo estimated at $30 million and $40 million, respectively.
“The first car I’ve driven all day that has truly blown me away.” —Ed Kinney
Alfa Romeo’s ferocious-but-balanced entry finished 10th at this year’s event.
A 1921 Alfa Romeo G1 and 1960 Ferrari 250 GT are among the cars competing for attention.