Sunday, June 19, 2022

Top 10 supercars at auction in 2019

Michael Schumacher’s 2002 Ferrari. Victorious in three races in the 2002 season, the car helped Schumacher win his fifth drivers’ world championship. It made over $6.6m, the second most valuable Formula 1 car sold at auction.
1958 Ferrari 250 GT Series 1 cabriolet. A masterpiece of Italian design and among the most beautiful cars ever built. One of 40 series I cabriolets and one of five with chrome side air vents. $6.8m
2017 Pagani Zonda Aether. Pagani stopped making the Zonda in 2013, but one extremely deep-pocketed type coaxed the automaker into making a final one in 2017. $6.8m.
1963 Ferrari 250 GT SWB. One of the last SWB berlinettas made and a Lusso (luxury) model. The steel-bodied, dual-purpose street and track car is one of 166 built and one of 77 second-series cars in road going specifications. $7.5m
1965 Ford GT40. The prototype GT40 convertible and the first of five roadsters built and the only one to have survived in its original form. It was built for Shelby American as a test and development car and was driven by Carroll Shelby and Jim Clark. – $7.6m.
1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB. Intensely collectible and fully restored, this example was offered without reserve. Ferrari Classiche certified and truly iconic it made $8.1m.
2014 Lamborghini Veneno roadster. One of nine roadsters built by Lamborghini to mark its 50th anniversary in 2013. $8.4m.
1958 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spyder. Most believe the Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder is among the most beautiful cars ever made. Ferrari built 14 California Spyders during 1958. $9.9m.
1939 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900. The 8C 2900 Alfa Romeo was the most advanced and dominant sports car money could buy. The 2900cc straight eight cylinder supercharged engine featured advancements far ahead of it's time such as dual camshafts, dual magnetos and dry sump oiling. It produced an astounding 180 hp, delivered through a four-speed gearbox. $ 19.5m.
1994 McLaren F1 'LM-Specification' This F1 is the rarest of the rare, one of two of the 64 F1 road cars made converted by the factory to Le Mans specification. $19.8m.