We constantly showcase rare, fast and awesome cars put up for sale by various auctions houses, but this time, get ready for an overdose on a high variety of automotive legends.
At the world famous Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, RM Sotheby’s will be auctioning the “Pinnacle Portfolio” – the most outstanding and valuable single collection of motor cars ever presented at an auction.
Sounds ridiculous, doesn’t it? Almost as ridiculous as saying that one of the cars prepared to go under the hammer is a Ferrari Enzo that belonged to former Pope John Paul II. But that’s actually a fact.
Besides the Enzo, there are 8 more Ferraris looking for a buyer, including a SWB Scaglietti California Spider, a 250 LM Scaglietti, a 275 GTB/4, a 288 GTO, a Daytona Spider, an original 246 Dino, a F50 and a F40 LM, because the regular F40 was just to common.
Oh, but it doesn’t stop here. The collection also includes two Bugattis – the original Veyron and the 1200 PS Supersport. Fancy a Lamborghini Miura P400 SV or a Reventon? Well, you’re in luck because the collection actually has a rare Miura and a very rare Reventon in stock.
If you’re into “Grand Tourers”, then there’s a 300SL and a SLR McLaren available. Or you can just simply go 90’s cool and buy the XJ220.
But wait, it occurred to us that the Enzo probably will sell for a large amount of cash, considering it’s a gift to the Pope by Luca di Montezemolo. But don’t worry, because the collection also has the Enzo’s twin brother: A Maserati MC12.
Speaking of high performance cars, there are some on the lot, including a 691 HP McLaren F1 LM, a Saleen S7 Twin Turbo and a Porsche 959.
Ah, we also truly recommend the classic Porsche 356 A 1600 Speedster and the Toyota 2000 GT.
Which one would you buy?