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Behold: the 1981 Lamborghini Countach LP400 S Coupe – the unrivalled ground-scraping, ultrafuturistic supercar of its day, adorning bedroom walls since it first appeared in 1971.

During its 16 years in production, the Countach had many facelifts but this variant (of which only 105 were ever made) is considered to be the finest.

Fully restored with just 35,000km on the clock and currently taking bids at Sothebys.


If the 250GT is the most desirable car in Ferrari’s illustrious history, then the 250GT SWB (short wheelbase) is its most desirable variant.

This all-original 250 GT SWB Berlinetta has full documentation dating back to the day it left the factory in 1962, making it one of the rarest and – potentially – most valuable Ferraris on the market.

Aside from this 1962 250 GTO.

Currently accepting bids.


Behold the Ferrari 250 GTO – arguably the world’s most collectible (and priciest) car.

Only 36 were ever made and this 1962 model (which won nine of the ten races it competed in that year) was the third.

Sothebys expect it to sell for more than €38,750,000 this year, making it the most expensive car ever sold at auction (the current record being held by another 250 GTO).