Pebble Beach: Top 10 classic car sales

At nearly $5 million, a 1959 Ferrari took the top price at this year's Pebble Beach collector car auctions.

1913 Rolls-Royce Tourer
1913 Rolls-Royce Tourer
Sold for: $1,870,000

Gooding & Company

Owned by the Maharaja of Patiala, Maharaja Bhupinder Singh, this car stands out even within the collection of such an ardent Rolls-Royce customer. The Maharaja was not afraid of the price of customization, even at the turn of the last century: he paid $400 in today's money for a tool roll, $1,000 for a pair of jump seats, between which rest a crystal decanter and four matching tumblers.

And the most priceless detail: the body was designed and made by Mulliner, a name in custom coachwork that has elevated Rolls Royce's cars for decades.


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