Sotheby's Is Auctioning Some of the World's Finest Ferraris

The coveted Performance Collection.

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Luxury auction house Sotheby’s is hosting a very special auction for Ferrari and exotic car enthusiasts with plenty of cash to burn. Celebrating over half a century of high-end vehicles, 13 of the strongest offerings from the Ferrari Performance Collection are going up for sale. With an auction being scheduled for Monterey, flashy rides like the 1961 250 GTS SWB Berlinetta and 1989 328 GTS will be up for grabs; as one can expect, the price-tags will be in the millions. Most notably, all the cars featured in the auction come from one single owner and are billed as having low mileage and use.

You take a look at some of the hard-to-find Ferraris that are set to go on sale above.

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