Thirty of the rarest cars ever made will soon be sold.
There's a damn good reason why RM Sotheby's is calling a soon-to-be-auctioned collection of 30 cars the "Pinnacle Portfolio." Containing some of the rarest and fastest cars ever made, it's tough to decide what's crazier: The fact that this collection is expected to bring in $75 million or that one person owned all of these cars. The collection includes the last Ferrari Enzo ever made, which was actually given to Pope John Paul II as a gift; he even blessed the car.
There are two Bugatti Veyrons, including the first one ever to roll off the production line. Other rarities include a Jaguar XJ220 and a 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL, one of only 29 made with an all-aluminum body. You can check out a bit of the collection here and make sure to keep an eye out come August 13 when the Pinnacle Portfolio comes up for sale.