Maybe you weren’t inspired by the latest offerings that debuted at this month’s Detroit auto show, or you have no intention of waiting until the future-y concepts that starred at CES make it into the real world. And maybe you’ve got a taste for the classics. Oh, and also money. Piles of the stuff.
In that case, fire up your private jet and hustle down to Scottsdale, Arizona, where auction house Gooding and Company is busy selling some of the finest rides to ever grace the planet’s asphalt. From the 1928 Bentley that’s still packing its original engine to the 1965 Ferrari Superfast bearing the least original name to come out of Maranello until 2013’s LaFerrari, here’s a look at what’s for sale.