These top-optional automobiles, from the last century to now, continue to wow at auction.
One of only 25 examples built, the street legal coupe can reach an estimated top speed of 214 mph.
Fresh from a $460,000 restoration, the 1971 supercar is expected to fetch as much as $1.8 million.
After placing third at the famed French endurance race in 1966, the racecar is now valued at up to $12 million.
The racecar is estimated to fetch as much as $25 million at the RM Sotheby’s Monterey sale.
The prancing horse appearing at the RM Sotheby’s Monterey sale may motor past the current record of $38.1 million.
This quintet of high-value lots includes a Maserati that could fetch more than $5 million.
The immaculate example has never been restored and counts only 35,302 miles on its odometer.