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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.

1931 Bentley 4 1/2-liter supercharged 2/3-Seater Boat Tail Roadster
1931 Bentley 4 1/2-liter supercharged 2/3-Seater Boat Tail Roadster
Sold for: $4,510,000

Gooding & Company

This 1931 "blower" (supercharged) Bentley was one of only 50 made, and one of only two or three to carry coachwork by Gurney Nutting. The car's distinctive boat-tail body and green paint eventually earned it the nickname "Green Hornet." UK car collector Bill Klein bought the car and gave it to his wife, Ann. It remained a favorite of hers until her recent death.


Ferrari

Bentley

Ferrari

Duesenberg

Delage

DeDion

Rolls-Royce

Mercedes-Benz

Ferrari

Rolls-Royce
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