There may never be another collection like this again.
The Pinnacle Portfolio was one of the rarest and most valuable car collections ever assembled. We say "was" because it was auctioned off in its entirety by RM Sotheby's. A total of 25 cars from the collection were sold, bringing in a staggering $67 million dollars. The collection was packed to the brim with Ferraris and many of these sold for millions of bucks. The last Enzo ever built, made for Pope John Paul II sold for $6.05 million. (No, the Pope never drove or took delivery of it.)
A 1964 Ferrari 250LM, number 23 of 32 and in excellent condition, fetched an astounding $17.6 million. Other big sellers that weren't Ferraris included a 1998 McLaren F1 upgraded to the track-focused LM package (it's almost an F1 GTR) that sold for $13.75 million. The last Bugatti Veyron Super Sport ever made sold for $2.31 million and a Maseratti MC12 fetched $2.09 million. The ridiculous thing is that the collection could have gone for so much more as five cars failed to find buyers. A yellow 1960 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta Competizione by Scaglietti was estimated to sell for $17 million but ended up not selling at all.