What you see here has been called the “Pinnacle portfolio”, a collection of post-World War II automobiles which will be sold individually at August’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance at an estimated value of $65 million.

All the cars belong to one individual whose identity remains undisclosed. While most superlative car collections are public knowledge, the Pinnacle Portfolio has remained a secret as it grew to contain only the fastest, rarest and most sophisticated cars in modern history. RM  auction house has described it as one of the most significant and valuable private car collections ever.

Some of the cars it contains include the first production Bugatti Veyron – once the fastest production car in the world, the McLaren F1LM – valued at $12 million, a Ferrari Enzo (one that was gifted to Pope John Paul II), the Ferrari 250 GT LWB California, the Ferrari 250 LM.

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