Seven-figure hypercars are hard to come by. Not only because they’re so darn expensive, but because they tend to made in extremely limited quantities, and often sell out as soon as they’re announced. But if you missed your opportunity to pick up your favorite, they do come up on the second-hand market – especially at high-profile auction events like Pebble Beach.
All the major auction houses will be holding sales during Monterey car week, as they always do. And many of them will feature these million-dollar exotics as part of their consignments. But Mecum has a particularly impressive array in store for its sale next month.
As if to make Floyd Mayweather feel right at home, Mecum has lined up not just one, but two examples each of the Bugatti Veyron and LaFerrari – one earlier coupe and one later Vitesse roadster of the former, and one red example and one white of the latter. In fact it even has Mayweather’s own Koenigsegg on the docket, too: a hyper-rare CCXR Trevita, with its spectacular diamond-carbon finish.
Those more into track toys will be intrigued by the Aston Martin Vulcan and Maserati MC12 Corsa. More into the road-going supercars they were making a decade ago? There’s a Ferrari Enzo, Porsche Carrera GT, and a pair of Mercedes SLR McLaren roadsters: one 722S, and another with a FAB Design body kit. As if none of that were enough, there’s a McLaren P1 as well, along with a Ferrari F12 TdF.
These are just the highlights, though. All told, Mecum has over 400 vehicles listed for the event, ranging in vintage from 1903 to this year.