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RM Sotheby's will auction off the iconic CSX2000 at its Monterey auction.

One of the most important American cars in history is going up for auction in August at RM Sotheby's Monterey events in August.

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This Chevrolet Corvette was purchased by its current owner in 2003 and has been stored in like-new condition ever since.

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Even with its 550-hp, supercharged V8, this GT is limited to five miles per hour.

Loaded down with designs that didn't make production and parts from other Ford vehicles, this GT is a rare, expensive, and lovely statue.

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The starting bid – $250,000 – is as lofty as this Group B-derived Ford RS200 road car's performance.

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This VW was owned and customized by Jesse James of West Coast Choppers fame. Love him or hate him, you can't fault his taste in toys.

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Sadly, you can't buy a brand new FC-150 from Jeep anymore. This pristine one on eBay might be as close as you can get.

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But by the 1980s, Shelby was plying his trade over at Chrysler churning out special editions like the Dodge Shelby Charger, zippy CSX, rorty GLHS, and this—the 1989 Shelby Dakota muscle truck.

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A one-of-one concept that's perfect for the Oldsmobile collector, up for bidding on eBay now.

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ASC McLaren Mustangs were the result of a project that was already underway between the American Sunroof Company and McLaren (no, not that McLaren).

This is a prototypical American holiday, so it's as good an excuse as any to look back at some of the most atypical and valuable American cars ever sold.

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Modern stock cars aren't even close to the road cars they resemble. But what about a custom-built street car just like the real thing?

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Fewer than 200 1964 Imperial Crowns exist today, and this one comes with provenance.

Don Draper's big, red convertible is the undisputed star of this particular show.

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The words "they don't make 'em like they used to" couldn't ring truer here.

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This is what happens when you cross a 1947 Chevrolet pickup with a 1995 Mercury Cougar.

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But even pony cars can look delightful under a coating of the silty stuff, and that's exactly how this aged '66 Ford Mustang presents.

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In the end, there can be only one. Which would you choose?

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Only used for short church trips.

As close as you can get to a new classic Beetle, it was driven sparingly for only four years.

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This 2010 Shelby GT500 recently surfaced for sale online, and in the past six years has accumulated just 21.1 miles.

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The real car that ran at Indy.

This is the Ford Mustang convertible used to pace the 1964 Indianapolis 500. And you can own it for a suitcase full of money.

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Back in the early 1980s, this was one of the cars to have – an Alpina C1 2.3.

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Tupac Shakur purchased this 1996 Hummer H1 just one month before his death. It was the last vehicle the rapper ever purchased. Now it's up for auction to the highest bidder.

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