Cadillac Series 62 Coupe – 1.43 million dollars
If you wanted to own a Cadillac, made by world-famous Italian atelier Ghia, this was your chance. From this car – Cadillac Series 62 Coupe from 1953 – were produced only 2 units. One of them is owned automotive museum Petersen, and this is the second.
Interestingly, the two machines differ in front of the body. Sold this year car was owned by a man for two decades. It has a mileage of 34,320 miles and was restored by the famous an expert Mike Fennell. The car twice participated in the design competition Pebble-Beach (CA), where in 2002 is exposed alongside his twin brother.
The coupe is equipped with a 5.4-liter V8 engine with 210 hp, which works with 4-speed automatic transmission Series GM Hydra-Matic. Of each wheel are placed hydraulic brakes.
Pagani Huayra – 2.035 million dollars
Extremely rare Pagani Huayra 2014 was offered at the auction RM Sotheby. This is one of a total of 10 car model sold in the United States. It features a painted blue carbon fiber bodywork, and also in his silver-gray alloy rims.
The interior is also impressive with white leather seats, interior door and instrument panel. As with other Huayra, and there are a large number of aluminum parts. Only additional options in this car worth 260,000 dollars, and the final price as a new 1.6 million. Dollars. This is actually the first car of this model sold at auction.
Ford GT40 – 2.9 million dollars
Are prepared 6-figure deal for a new supercar, but the manufacturer refused to sell it to you. This problem encountered some people who at the end of this year received letters from Ford, which had been advised that they can become owners of the new GT. Most were certainly disappointed, but apparently someone decided not to give up and is heading to the classics.
In front of you is the 16th of 31 units of Series 1 Mark in the version for normal roads, it was produced in 1966. From the factory it comes painted in a special color green Warwick Green, as its first owner used it daily. In 1969, the car was purchased by Ron Stafford, who also makes her two years until one day he crashed. The next five years the car was in the garage until it falls into the hands of restorers. They recover nearly five years to get it back on the road.