For weeks, we’ve been rolling out highlights from RM Auctions’ Arizona Sale.

But since the show starts tomorrow—and since they’re auctioning off an unusually eye-popping cadre of cars—we decided to compile the best of the best into one list.

The list you’re reading right now:

The 1969 Lamborghini Miura P400S SV

6 Highlights From Arizona

To start, our favorite of the three Lamborghinis set to cross the block tomorrow—and the subject of a recent post here on DRIVEN—but sometimes, greatness is worth repeating.

The 1954 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe

6 Highlights From Arizona

It’s one of just 16 produced and the recipient of a Platinum award at Cavallino—all of which goes a long way toward explaining the $1 million presale estimate. That striking green jacket doesn’t hurt, either.

The 1965 Ford GT40

6 Highlights From Arizona

The first GT40 production road coupe, it’s competed for most of its life—including at Le Mans and at the six-hour relay at Silverstone in 1973. Now, it’s been restored to its factory shade of pine green with silver Le Mans stripes. And for about $3 million, it can be yours.

The 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB Scaglietti

DRIVEN’s love of Ferrari 275 GTBs puts us in good company—it’s a passion shared by the likes of Peter Sellers and Clint Eastwood. This Classiche-certified, Platinum-award-winning number will likely go for about $1.6 million.

1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4

With 300 hp, this car’s good for about 165 mph—likely just under $2 million bucks.

The 1960 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta

6 Highlights From Arizona

Designed by Pinin Farina with coachwork by the famed Carrozzeria Scaglietti, it’s one of just 74 ever built. Underneath that beautiful bodywork is a race-tuned Colombo V12 engine. There’s no price estimate, except that even compared to the rest of the pack, it’ll be expensive as hell.