The only roadster known to have continually survived in its original form.
Equipped with a 4.5-liter V12 engine paired to a four-speed transmission, at an auction later next month.
1966 Jaguar XJ13 Recreation by Tempero.
Comes with special accessories, including a pair of driving shoes and a weekend bag, all essentials for any car enthusiast.
Original AMG upgraded 6.0-litre 32v DOHC ‘Hammer’ for auction.
The first Type 57S debuted at the 1935 London Motor Show bodied with dramatic fastback Aérolithe coachwork, a style which was eventually refined into the Atlantic coupe.
One of just 30 regular-production EB110 Super Sports ever built.
Built exclusively for Lilian, Princess of Réthy, the royal lady of Belgium.
Among Michelotti created an exceptional series of five open cars during the mid-1970s based on the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona, largely at the behest of NART principal and U.S. importer Luigi Chinetti.
This ’76 911 Turbo was originally special ordered in Ice Green Metallic over green Leather-to-Sample.
"Greatest Sports Car of the 1950s"
1 of 39 Built, 3 Wins During the 1958 Season.
The McLaren F1 was built and designed on a blank sheet of paper by a team led by Gordon Murray and Ron Dennis, who were looking to make zero compromises in the pursuit of automotive perfection.
Vintage 1956 Maserati auction.
Supplied through Henlys of London in July 1955.
The first of three road-going NART Daytona Spyders; a very special car that was personally commissioned by Luigi as a gift for his wife Marion.
Auction for a 1980 BMW M1 Coupé, one of only 453 built.
Al Capone's former Miami Beach mansion, renamed 93 Palm, is one of the oldest and most notorious estates in Miami.
The only known vintage white gold Rolex Daytona for auction to benefit Children Action.
One of the first iterations of the legendary 908 and one of a mere handful of ex-Works short-tail prototypes surviving today.
One of only 36 ever made is up for auction.
The Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary edition was unveiled by the company at the 1988 Grand Prix at Monza.
Sitting on the North Shore of Long Island, Salutation Island has a history that dates back to 1721.
First ever built Bugatti up for auction.
D-Type OKV2 is expected to bring over $12 million at auction.
Auction house Wright taking bids for furniture from the incredibly-decorated Copenhagen restaurant Noma.