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Some Information on the Most Expensive Cars Sold at Live Auctions

Do you have 20 million dollars to spend? If you don’t, then you would just be eager to look for the cheapest car on the list. If you are familiar with the Bugatti Type 41 which was sold at almost 90 years old. This was actually one of the biggest cars made and may have something to do with its sale price too. Whether you go for the biggest car or not, talking about the cheapest, this is not only about the budget buys but it was the cheapest of the highly expensive cars ever sold. Well, you should know that there are also other high-priced cars that you may actually find in the live auctions nowadays if you are taking interest in them.

Probably, you love to have the 1939 Alfa Romeo and this was actually one of the first sports car models made and this still looks really good even today. There were just 32 of such made in the 1930s and because it is quite rare, this is actually the reason why this has a huge price tag. If you ever see this on the road, you would be imagining the black-and-white era movie stars wearing their cat-eye sunglasses and with hair wrapped with scarf.

The 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale was also one of the highly-priced cars sold in live auctions. If you are the type of person who doesn’t really know much about technical car talk, then you might want to skip this entry. This is actually a rare Ferrari and there were just 3 of this made.

What also adds to its uniqueness is actually the collaboration of the designers and the bodywork professionals. It was Pininfarina that designed the car but its bodywork was being put together by Scaglietti. And also talking about the specifics, such car comes with 320 HP V12 engine. This comes with six Weber 38 DCN carburetors and such is built with 5-speed stick-shift transmission. However, it was not known why they just made three of this model.

When you like race cars, then you may find the 1955 Jaguar D-Type XKD 501 quite attractive. This may not actually look like the one which you see in Daytona but this is still a winner. This won the 24 Hours of Le Man in the year 1956. This was considered to be the first type of car that run this race and was driven by the racing team Ecurie Ecosse. Perhaps, the Scottish racing team still own the car and it still has nearly the same condition to the day that the car won. You may find really few cars of this model-type to this day and such is the reason why this comes with the $23 million price when you check the live auctions.

There are still other cars that you may find interesting in live auctions. Just search for them for you to know more.