The 10 most expensive cars sold at auction in 2020 brought in more than $61 million.
This 1980 BMW M1 features various engine and aerodynamic modifications.
If you believe there’s no replacement for displacement, look no further.
This particular Chrysler Ghia may have driven the queen around on her Royal Canadian Tour in 1959.
Sliding doors and a fiberglass body made the Kaiser Darrin.
A 1972 Bentley Corniche managed to exceed its valuation by a staggering 155%.
This 1955 Jaguar D-Type was previously owned by Bernie Ecclestone.
The car was being meticulously restored in quiet, and will be auctioned off for the first time ever.
They’ll look like the real deal and introduce only minor modern conveniences .
This custom Ford Bronco rocks a 331-cubic-inch Shelby-built V8 with 421 HP.
Say what will about the crossovers, but Infiniti has been committed to coupes since the beginning.
Ferrari built only 12 375 Americas, and three sport a bespoke bodywork crafted by Vignale.
A Porsche 935 with rich racing history, what more would you want?.
This Ferrari 412 turned into a pickup is powered by a Chevy small-block V8.
This is the only known Oko-Polo in the U.S., but it lacks the original engine.
Despite having 165k miles on the clock, this 318i Touring seems to be in good condition.
The classic E23 BMW 7-Series is currently for sale on eBay for $17k.
Doing 200 mph in a one-off concept car designed in the ’70s takes guts.
This Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R race car has only been driven 4,930 miles.
The first all-new MK2 Escort since 1980 is now a reality.