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.

1963 Ferrari 250GT/L Lusso Berlinetta
1963 Ferrari 250GT/L Lusso Berlinetta
Sold for: $2,310,000

Christie's

There aren't many people who would kick a Lusso out of their driveway. Still, the dollars Christie's got for this celebrity car double the actual value of similar ones on the market today. And although most experts agree that unless it was Elvis who owned it most star wheels won't command premium money, this McQueen Ferrari (the first of the Italian marque he ever owned) beat the odds.

Between its chestnut-brown paint, its world-class restoration and its famous first owner (McQueen ordered the car new), this Lusso is a celeb unto itself.


Ferrari

Bentley

Ferrari

Duesenberg

Delage

DeDion

Rolls-Royce

Mercedes-Benz

Ferrari

Rolls-Royce
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