The renowned classic car auction house RM Auctions has managed to impress us all once again by revealing the world’s most expensive car collection ever to be auctioned. Appropriately named the “Pinnacle Portfolio”, this jaw dropping collection of gorgeous cars is owned by an unknown seller, a person who is obviously absurdly rich.
This anonymous seller managed to gather an impressive collection of 23 cars, which includes some of the greatest and most iconic European sports and racing cars of the 1950s and 1960s, not to mention some of the world’s desirable modern super cars.
The unprecedented gathering of automotive beauties includes rarities such as the first-production Bugatti Veyron, one of 20 Lamborghini Reventons ever made, and the penultimate road-going McLaren F1 ever built. Also on the list is the last Ferrari Enzo, with the previous owner being Pope John Paul II – as odd as that may sound.
Feel free to enjoy some pictures of the incredible vehicles up for auction, as I doubt you will ever be able to afford them. Consider that the owner is expected to sell the collection for over $65 million, once each vehicle is individually sold. Let the daydreaming commence.