A piece of advice: you shouldn’t do donuts in your W211 E63 if you don’t want your power steering to fail.
This is one of two F1s ever that have been updated with the High Downforce Kit and LM-spec, 680 HP engine.
Pre-auction estimates indicated the gadget-filled DB5 would go for between $ 4 million and $6 million. It exceeded them.
This G-Wagen has got a 63 AMG look, just 31 miles on the odo and, despite being in the UK, is left-hand drive.
Like others, it has its V12 upgraded to 760 spec, but unlike most, it features a manual transmission instead of a semi-auto.
This particular P400 is hugely desirable, as it is one of just 124 featuring a thinner-gauge chassis.
Three of these five very special Miuras have been restored by Lamborghini Polo Storico.
Porsche only ever built 1580 examples of the 1973 911 Carrera RS 2.7 Touring.
This tastefully modified Chevy K5 Blazer features a 430 hp LS3 V8 and a ton of other upgrades.
This highly original Miura spent the last four years in a barn at Germany’s Black Forest.
This 2017 GT was delivered almost two years to the day and its owner could make a healthy $1 million profit.
Designed as a rally car, with the street-legal version made to satisfy FIA regs, this was the world’s first homologation special.