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  • Dustin Rittle

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    SO many great cars to lust and drool after on this list. My favorites on this list wold have to be the Ferrari race car because who doesn't want one of them ;). I think the Alpine cars desire a lot of respect and you don't really see them that often. Of course last but not least the Lamborghini Miura need i say more. The Miura appears to be a Miura S that was given a conversion to Jota specs although id still take it. :)

  • Andreas Lavesson

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    You've certainly found some very special cars, although I would advice anyone who's got a minute (or two) to spare and is in the mood for some pleasant daydreaming, to look through the entire list. What about an Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/2, Bizzarrini 5300 GT Strada, Iso Grifo IR8 Targa, a couple of Jaguar XKs, Toyota 2000 GT and a handful of 60's to early 70's Ferraris to name a few?

  • Amir Kakhsaz

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    That 959 sold for $440k all-in at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale 2013. If that seller is the consignor here, they're going to come-up huge. With production examples trading for north of $1 million, if there is good paperwork and history to go along with this car, consignor will be crying tears of joy.

  • Matthew Lange

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    Personally I would go for the 365GTC. https://www.rmauctions.com/lots/lot.cfm?lot_id=1066021 275GTB chassis with the torquey 4.4 two cam V12. My second favourite classic Ferrari to drive after the Daytona. Unfortunately they are not the bargain they once were.

  • Andreas Lavesson

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    Having watched through the listings several times, I think I might have decided which one to pick. For now. Even though I do love me some race cars and that Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/2 looks amazing (not to mention the 450S and 206 Dino), I am thinking it could possibly be almost as painful as it was joyous to own them. It's just not sensible to be driving a race car in a "spirited manner" on the public roads for one.

    I'd just have to go for Ferrari 330 GT. Although all the early Ferraris listed are absolutely stunning, there's just something about the 330 GT that does it for me. It's either that one, or the 250 GT Cabriolet.

  • Christopher Gay

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    Easy. The Lola T260 and the AMR1!

    After that, the Mirage, the Renault, and the Brabham BT20 in one swoop!

    from San Diego, CA, USA