The modern-day Nissan GT-R is certainly impressive, but if you want to know its heritage, you need to start here. This 1972 Nissan Skyline GT-R is one of just over 1,100 GT-R coupes made between '70 and '72, powered by a 160 hp, 1,989 cc inline six engine. Forefather of the Godzilla series of GT-Rs, it also features a five-speed manual transmission, front disc and rear drum brakes, and nearly all of its original pieces, thanks to a loving restoration. Even the original wheels and steering wheel are included — even if they're not currently installed — and with only 42,000 km on the odometer, this is as close to a "new" specimen as you're going to find.
Enjoy all the looks and vintage appeal of a classic 911 and the modern ride you'd expect from a new set of wheels with the Singer Porsche 911 Indonesia. This rebuilt beauty features a dark grey exterior with Porsche branding across the trunk and doors, a bright red interior with leather Recaro seats, and a completely overhauled chassis, engine, and suspension, giving you a better ride and improved performance while leaving the exterior intact.
You may well be looking at the most expensive Ferrari ever. A unique machine that was the Prancing Horse's first V12 road car, the 1966 Ferrari 365 P Berlinetta Speciale is in a class by itself. Powered by a 4,390 cc V12 good for 380 hp and paired to a 5-speed manual, this sleek ride features a unique seating layout which places the driver in the middle, slightly ahead of two passenger seats that sit on either side. Other features include a chassis from the Ferrari 365 P2 endurance racer, 4-wheel disc brakes, 4-wheel independent suspension, and a sweeping, retro-futuristic moonroof made from bronze-tinted glass. As with all auctions, the price is just an estimate — but considering the current record for most expensive Ferrari is "just" $16.4 million, this one seems likely to take the crown.