The Pebble Beach Concours d & # 39; Elegance is a paradise for smelly car collectors and beautiful, beautiful machines. If you look at the list of auctions taking place, you feel like you are in a comfortable place in luxury.
While many auctions have already taken place on Friday, there is still a lot of fun. We've joked about lists of upcoming auctions, so I've decided to put together a list of my personal favorites. Take a look at the offers and let us know what you would buy if you were lucky enough to get rich.
1966 Ferrari 275 GTB / C
Only twelve of these cars were made, as always. With consistent numbers and a rich history of competition on tracks like Nassau, Daytona and Sebring, this elusive machine is likely to make a good impression. They expect it to run from $ 12 to $ 14 million – I suppose it will run at the high end, as this car has not been public in ten years and everybody likes a little mystery.
1935 Duesenberg SSJ
I do not know about you, but I'd be pretty interested in one of two cars built specifically for actor Gary Cooper from one of the most luxurious to buy American brands of all time. It's not just the first time that an SSJ has been auctioned, but this Deusy has its original chassis, engine and bodywork. You would drop a solid $ 10 million if you are interested. Good luck that you are climbing around on another Duesenberg.
2007 Porsche RS Spyder
I do not know about you, but a well-made open cockpit car gets me going, and this Spyder is just my thing , This is one of fifteen RS spyders built and driven over a five-year period. This particular model has never really seen a track time, but that means you can grab it for only $ 4 to $ 6 million. Even better, it was the last RS Spyder that did not need a full team of trained personnel to operate it, which made it possible for them to do it themselves.
1955 Ferrari Mondial Series II  Photo: Gooding & Company
In general, every car lovingly cared for by a single owner for almost 60 years is likely to be in a damn good condition. The Mondial is no exception. It's in a damn good shape, though it's done 35 times (and won the 1955 Grand Prix in Venezuela). I bet you can taste the story practically as you get behind the wheel of this valued $ 5.5-7.5 million machine.
That's right, people. You can indeed buy a car bought by notorious driver Briggs Cunningham brand new as soon as it came out. If the beautiful blue color and subtle curves are not enough to convince you to lose $ 6.5 million, then you just have to have fun.