30 of the World’s Rarest Supercars are About to Set an Auction Record


A collection of some of rarest, most prized cars anywhere in the world is set to hit the auction block.

An unnamed American car collector is selling a stash of 30 gorgeous post-war classic cars along with some of the rarest modern-day supercars at the upcoming RM Sotheby’s auction in Monterrey, CA. The Pinnacle Portfolio, as the collection is called, is expected to fetch in the neighborhood of $75 million.

The very last Ferrari Enzo ever built is part of the collection. This car was gifted to Pope John Paul II by the Italian company and has only been driven 180 kilometers. It has an inscription from Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo and was blessed by the Pope.

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Two Bugatti Veyrons are found on the list. One is the very first example of the car to ever be built, which has just 764 miles on the odometer. The other is one of eight Veyron Super Sports that was brought to the U.S.

An exceptional looking 1998 McLaren F1 is being sold. This is one of only two cars to be upgraded to LM specifications, which includes a 691-hp engine, a downforce package and other enhancements.

Other incredible cars on the list include a 2008 Lamborghini Reventon, a 1974 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS, a 1971 Lamborghini Miura P400 SV by Bertone, a 2005 Maserati MC12 and a mint-condition, unrestored 1967 Toyota 2000GT.

  • Sami Haj-Assaad

    I’d sell my soul for some of these. Is it worth that much?

  • smartacus

    OMG the car up front looks like a Ferrari 250LM