1925 Bugatti Type 35C Grand Prix

Provenance. It means so much in the vintage car world, even if that car is a ultra-desirable Bugatti. Elizabeth Junek was one of the greatest female drivers in Grand Prix history and four Bugatti Type 35Cs were delivered to her from the factory in 1925 — with the same serial number, presumably for tax purposes. The Type 35C was one of the most successful race cars ever, winning over 1,000 races and at one point averaging 14 wins a week. With a supercharged straight-eight putting out 128 hp and innovations like alloy wheels, the Type 35 was a testament to Ettore Bugatti's belief in the art of engineering.

  • 1978 Aston Martin V8 Vantage

    In 1977, Aston Martin released the first British supercar. The V8 Vantage was capable of a top speed of 170 MPH, and ran 0-60 in 5.3 seconds — a tenth of a second faster than the Ferrari Daytona, Aston's main competitor. The hand-assembled V8 Vantage would receive constant upgrades and remain a flagship model in the Aston lineup — and James Bond's garage — until 1989. This 1978 V8 Vantage was destined for Canada, being delivered to a customer in British Columbia, and eventually ended up in the hands of Vantage collector Kean Rogers. A 2005 engine rebuild punched the motor out from 5.4 to 6.0 liters, giving it 500 hp and 500 ft-lbs of torque, all with European-spec parts and work by Aston Engineering. This V8 Vantage will be on the auction block August 18-19, 2017 at the Sotheby's Monterey event.

  • 1967 Ferrari 330 GTC

    In 1966, Enzo Ferrari produced a car that was something of a departure from his company's previous works — a refined car that could be driven on the street. The change of emphasis from track-bred performance to refined road manners was reflected in the Ferrari 330 GTC options list: power windows and air conditioning. This black-on-red example, one of 593 built, has both, making an already-rare car even more desirable. Powered by a 4.0-liter V12 with independent suspension and disc brakes, the 330 was, like all Ferraris, made to be driven — and the 26,000 miles on the odometer show that it's been more than a trailer queen for its 51 years.

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