How would you like to look through a dealership that has 51 Ferraris in stock? Not tempting enough? How about adding some Aston Martins, Bentlys, Rolls Royces, a Pagani perhaps. Still not enough? For the Yank in you, let’s throw in a Shelby GT500 Mustang, a Pontiac GTO, a Dodge Viper and add a Mustang Mach 1 Super Cobra Jet. Is it time to throw 16 Lamborghinis to the mix? This would include a 1989 Countach with a whole 369km on the clock, and still unregistered.
What the most amazing thing is that this is in a private collection – and yes they are for sale! Well, they were – cruising the page for this collection shows many have already been sold, and yet the page is still drool-worthy.
It doesn’t really matter if you prefer old Ferraris over new ones – they are all represented, from a Dino 246GTS (one of my teenage wet-dream cars) to a 2004 Ferrari Enzo with just 284kms on the clock.
Not only are there two Pagani Huayra for sale, but also a Koenigsegg Agera.
Bugatti more your flavour? A 1931 Grand Prix is on the website, but already sold. If luxury is more your style, check out the Maybach or choose from the many Mercedes-Benzes, Jaguars, Daimlers or BMWs.
You would think looking at this website that a private collector is having a clear out and moving on from collecting cars most of us would love owning just one of, but a notice at the bottom of the page suggests he is looking for more. You wonder what could possibly top the list that he already has! (or at least, had).
Prices? Mostly not disclosed, not surprisingly.
I won’t go on – best you see for yourself. Enjoy.
Noticed how I’ve only used the rear photos of cars here. Yeah, that’s all you are going to see when these toys are on the road…