Created to celebrate the partnership between the storied English automaker and ubiquitous energy drink brand, these Aston Martin Vantage Red Bull Racing Editions give a unique look to Aston's handsome sports car. Powered by either a V8 or V12 engine, they feature many Formula 1-inspired modifications, including a carbon fiber splitter, diffuser, side strakes, and grille. Mariana Blue paint comes standard, but can be swapped with either glossy Tungsten Silver or a matte blue, and complemented colored brake calipers and infills. Inside, you'll find carbon fiber trim, a color-matched steering wheel, and Red Bull Racing logos on the headrests, as well as a signature from your choice of the team's drivers, Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen.
Known as the godfather of all short-block-based competition cars that followed, the 1950 Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta is an beautiful example of early Ferrari sports cars. Built in 1948 by Touring of Milan to commemorate Ferrari's victory in the Mille Miglia in 1948, this 166 MM Barchetta features a two-seat spider body with full fenders, and egg-crate grill, and unadorned beltlines. Chassis 0058 is up for auction and is one of only 25 Touring barchettas. It's won several awards on the track and in more recent years at car shows around the globe. It remains remarkably intact with the original Touring body, matching V12 engine and gearbox. An incredibly rare car to come to auction that is sure to be a sought-after trophy for collectors.