Grab your spare change jar and start counting. You’re going to need every single coin.
RM Sotheby’s Classic Car Auction has revealed a collection of 23 cars they’re calling the “Pinnacle Portfolio,” and just wait ’til you hear why it’s earned that name. The group is “the most valuable single collection of motor cars ever presented at auction.” Single collection – as in, one insanely rich individual once owned this assemblage of autos, expected to fetch USD $65 million (and that’s at minimum).
The collection includes, amongst other rare specimens, the first-production Bugatti Veyron, the second-to-last road-going Mclaren F1 in LM spec, one of 20 Lamborghini Reventons ever made and six classic Ferraris. Also included is the 400th and final Ferrari Enzo ever made, whose previous owner was none other than Pope John Paul II.
You have two months to scrape together the cash. The group goes up for auction on 13 August at the world-famous Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.