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Top 10: Most expensive classic cars sold at auction

For the past decade, classics have sat near the top of the pile of many an investment portfolio, rubbing shoulders with such luxuries as gold and wine. But which cars have proved the popular? And just how much is too much? We've put together a list of ten of the most expensive classics sold at auction. No prizes for guessing which marque has the most mentions...

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1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4*S N.A.R.T. Spider by Scaglietti

The first time most people saw one of these was on screen in 1968's The Thomas Crown Affair - but this car's story doesn't start with lead actor Steve McQueen. Luigi Chinetti is the man responsible for convincing Ferrari that what his North American clients needed was a convertible 275 GTB/4.

This is one of 10 North American Racing Team (NART) Spiders and has been in single-ownership from new. It's a matching numbers example that's been fully restored, and proceeds from the sale went to several charities.

Sold for $27,500,000 (RM Sotheby's Monterey 2013)


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