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
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
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
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
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.
- Posted January 17, 2013
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