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Craziest Cars Sold on Auctions

Car auctions are great places to pick up a bargain or two, and if you’re looking for something just that little bit different … you’re well catered for as well. These are just some of the craziest cars that have been sold off at auctions. Aston Martin DBR1/1 Image: Darren Tee Said

Tucker Torpedo – Yesterdays Car of Tomorrow

Somewhere sits an automotive graveyard, filled with glorious failures. The motors of men like John DeLorean and Rust Heinz whose passion projects never managed to make it off the ground. Within this graveyard sits the car of Preston Tucker, though it’s likely the only car in this graveyard that got

MercedesBenz AMG W123 V8

This race-prepared classic Merc saloon is on display at Mercedes Benz World, Brooklands, UK. Modifications include uprated #AMG spec 560 SEL V8 block, 560 auto box, roll cage, brakes, fuel pumps, exhaust manifold + more.

Ferrari 250 SWB

What a beautiful machine! Sold  by Talacrest. Steel bodied car, restored with Classiche. #Ferrari #Italian #V12 Ferrari 250 SWB driven: the ultimate all-rounder - The Telegraph - Lifestyle | Cars:  

1972 BMW E9 3.0 CSL

"Introduced in May 1972, the 3.0 CSL was a homologation special built to make the car eligible for racing in the European Touring Car Championship. 1,265 were built. The "L" in the designation meant leicht (light), unlike in other BMW designations, where it meant lang (long). The lightness was achieved by using thinner steel to build the unit