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1957 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Tour de France

Not enough to simply be one of the finest cars Ferrari ever made, this 1957 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Tour de France has quite the racing record to go along with it. It was entered in 10 races throughout 1958, '59, and '60, with strong finishes in most, including 3rd place at Reims and Monza. It also saw its share of scrapes, with one young owner running the right side into the wall of a Peugeot factory. It has since been meticulously restored by noted collector and mechanic Wayne Sparling, and is presented here in its original Grigio color, with its original matching-numbers 3.0L V12 engine producing 253 hp.

  • Jerry Seinfeld's Porsche Trio

    Jerry Seinfeld is known for his hilarious observations on everyday life. He's also known for his Porsche collection. Now you have a chance to own one, two, or three cars from his garage with Jerry Seinfeld's Porsche Trio. Included in the group is a highly-coveted 1955 550 Spyder in its original shade of blue expected to fetch at least $5 million, a racing-ready 1958 356 A GS/GT Carrera Speedster in sea foam green estimated to sell for $2 million or more, and a 1974 911 Carrera 3.0 IROC RSR that was raced by Peter Revson in the Roger Penske International Race of Champions and is expected to bring in as much as $1.2 million.

    Photos: Gooding & Company

  • 1953 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe

    Odds are you've never seen a car quite like this 1953 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe. There's a good reason for that. One of only two examples built by Italian coachbuilder Ghia, it's actually one-of-a-kind, with a front end design that differs from its twin with a unique grille, missing front parking lights, different taillights, and two "bumperettes" instead of a full front bumper. It's powered by a 212 hp V8 engine paired to a four-speed Hydra-Matic automatic, has gold-anodized aluminum throughout, its original golden tan leather interior, and only 34,320 miles showing.