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An auto show in Seoul, South Korea.

A company, Barrett-Jackson Auction, set up camp this month in Scotsdale, Arizona, United States, to sell dozens of its amazing classic cars to the highest bidder, according to Business Insider.

Let’s take a look at 25 cars that were sold for jaw-dropping prices at the auction.

Source: Business Insider


1955 Lincoln Future concept went for $4.6 million.

1955 Lincoln Future concept went for $4.6 million.

1955 Lincoln Future concept

Price: $4.6 million

Overall rank: 1

The most expensive car sold at the Barrett-Jackson auction, this 1955 Lincoln Future concept was converted into the original Batmobile for $15,000. On January 19, it sold for a whopping $4.6 million.

 

1947 Talbot-Lago T-26 Grand sport sold for $2.04 million.

1947 Talbot-Lago T-26 Grand sport sold for $2.04 million.

1947 Talbot-Lago T-26 Grand sport

Price: $2.04 million

Overall rank: 2

A Scotsdale buyer paid $2.04 million for this 1947 Talbot-Lago T-26 Grand sport, with black paint and a red leather interior.

 

1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing Coupe went for $2.04 million.

1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing Coupe went for $2.04 million.

1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing Coupe

Price: $2.04 million

Overall rank: 3

Clark Gable bought this 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing Coupe for $7,295. On January 19, it sold for $2.04 million.

 

1934 Duesenberg was sold for $1.43 million

1934 Duesenberg was sold for $1.43 million

1934 Duesenberg

Price: $1.43 million

Overall rank: 4

One of a dozen Murphy Beverlys built, this gold 1934 Duesenberg with a three-speed manual transmission was worth $1.43 million.

 

 1956 Diablo Concept Convertible went for $1.38 million.

1956 Diablo Concept Convertible went for $1.38 million.

1956 Diablo Concept Convertible

Price: $1.38 million

Overall rank: 5

Sold for $1.38 million, the 1956 Diablo Concept Convertible is huge: nearly 21 feet long.

 

1929 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A SS went for $1.32 million.

1929 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A SS went for $1.32 million.

1929 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A SS

Price: $1.32 million

Overall rank: 6

A buyer paid for $1.32 million for this rare 1929 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A SS, the most expensive car ever produced in Italy.

 

Delahaye Type 175 was sold for $1.21 million.

Delahaye Type 175 was sold for $1.21 million.

Delahaye Type 175

Price: $1.21 million

Overall rank: 7

The decadent, French-built Delahaye Type 175 had interior fixtures plated in 14-karat gold. This 1949 model sold for $1.21 million.

 

1914 Mercedes Open Front Town Car went for $962,000.

1914 Mercedes Open Front Town Car went for $962,000.

1914 Mercedes Open Front Town Car

Price: $962,000

Overall rank: 8

This 1914 Mercedes Open Front Town Car was built in Germany and sold in California. At Scotsdale, it sold for $962,000.

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 Packard Panther was sold for $825,000.

Packard Panther was sold for $825,000.

Packard Panther

Price: $825,000

Overall rank: 9

This is the first Packard Panther ever built. The fully restored 1954 convertible was bought for $825,000 in Scotsdale.

 

1927 Type 38 went for $715,000.

1927 Type 38 went for $715,000.

1927 Type 38

Price: $715,000

Overall rank: 10

According to Barrett-Jackson, the 1927 Type 38 is one of the best Bugattis ever built. This blue model fetched $715,000.

 

1972 Ferrari 365 GTB went for $495,000.
1972 Ferrari 365 GTB went for $495,000.

1972 Ferrari 365 GTB

Price: $495,000

Overall rank: 11

A Scotsdale buyer spent $495,000 for this 1972 Ferrari 365 GTB, which has just 9,769 miles on the odometer.

 

1962 Corvette was sold for $396,000.

1962 Corvette was sold for $396,000.

1962 Corvette

Price: $396,000

Overall rank: 12

This customiased take on the 1962 Corvette won the GM Design Award for Best Hot Rod at SEMA in 2009. It was auctioned for $396,000.

 

Silver Cloud I Mulliner Drophead Coupe was sold for $368,500.

Silver Cloud I Mulliner Drophead Coupe was sold for $368,500.

Silver Cloud I Mulliner Drophead Coupe

Price: $368,500

Overall rank: 13

Rolls-Royce made only 12 of the Silver Cloud I Mulliner Drophead Coupe. This one sold for $368,500 in Scotsdale.

 

L-88 Corvette was sold for $280,500.

L-88 Corvette was sold for $280,500.

L-88 Corvette

Price: $280,500

Overall rank: 14

The last L-88 Corvette built by Chevrolet, in 1969, this green beauty sold for $280,500.

 

La Salle C-Hawk went for $269,500.

La Salle C-Hawk went for $269,500.

La Salle C-Hawk

Price: $269,500

Overall rank: 15

One lucky buyer took home this 1939 hand-crafted, all-steel La Salle C-Hawk from Cadillac, for $269,500.

 

1934 Silver Arrow was sold for $258,500

1934 Silver Arrow was sold for $258,500

1934 Silver Arrow

Price: $258,500

Overall rank: 16

This white 1934 Silver Arrow from Pierce-Arrow was sold for $258,500.

 

Ford Mustang Boss 429 went for $247,000.

Ford Mustang Boss 429 went for $247,000.

Ford Mustang Boss 429

Price: $247,000

Overall rank: 17

For $247,000, one buyer took home this Ford Mustang Boss 429, with its original paint and drivetrain.

 

1930 Packard Custom Eight went for $225,500.

1930 Packard Custom Eight went for $225,500.

1930 Packard Custom Eight

Price: $225,500

Overall rank: 18

This 1930 Packard Custom Eight was once owned by Robert Gottlieb, the collector who coined the term “classic car” inMotor Trend Magazine in the 1950s. It sold for $225,500.

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