The keys to a McLaren 720S Spider, a tour of one of the best car collections in the world, visit the facilities of Icon and Singer, and a few free Lego kits, all while supporting research for Parkinson's Disease — all this is up for auction in partnership with Bring a Trailer. The no-reserve auction will get the winning bidder a private tour of Petersen Automotive Museum founding chairman Bruce Meyer's personal car collection. One of the most lauded collections of competition cars on the planet, Meyer counts a 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB that scored a class win at Le Mans, the first production Shelby Cobra, and a 1935 Bugatti Type 57. Next up is a look at Icon's facilities, the company that single-handedly started the restomod revolution. Porsche fanatics will love looking at Singer's shop, where Porsche's classic 911s are brought up to modern performance standards at a level of attention to detail that would make Stuttgart's engineers proud. All while traveling in style in a McLaren 720S, one of the world's best supercars. All proceeds go to the Drive Toward a Cure nonprofit supporting research for a cure to Parkinson's Disease.