A VIDEO of the world's Greatest Collector auction has left car fanatics baffled.
Numerous Ferraris and Hummers crossed the stage at the 2023 Barret-Jackson Scottdale auction.
Car enthusiasts from all over the world have flocked to the Barret-Jackson collector car auction in Scottdale.
The automotive event of the year has 1,900 vehicles up for sale.
Car experts said that Barret-Jackson would offer several of the most exclusive and desirable supercars on the market.
Up for sale are a 2021 Ferrari SF90 and a 1989 Ferrari F40.
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There's also a 2022 Ferarri F8 Tributo with a 3.9L engine size.
The 2021 Ferrari SF90 could sell for as much as £376,048, while a similar version of the F40 could cost up to £1million.
This Ferrari F40 was produced in 1989 and can reach 60mph in just 3.1 seconds.
It was delivered new to an official Ferrari dealer in Holland.
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After three years in the Netherlands, this supercar was rebuilt for racing.
Meanwhile, the Hammer EV Edition 1 pickup has been sold for £263789.29.
The cars are available separately and the auction takes place inScottdale, Pennsylvania, from January 21 to January 25.
Craig Jackson, chairman and CEO of Barret-Jackson, said: "Our 2023 Scottsdale docket has one of the finest selections of luxury supercars you’ll find with No Reserve.
"Some incredible examples from marques such as Ferrari, Lamborghini and Porsche speak to the breadth and diversity of our offering at WestWorld in Scottsdale.
"With an entirely No Reserve docket, which can only be found at Barrett-Jackson, our Scottsdale Auction will truly have something for everyone."
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