It has a twin-turbo 3.6-liter flat-six with 450 horsepower.
Here's how much it raised as it honored volunteer pilots in WWII
All the others are Highland Green or black. This one is Kona Blue.
The famous film car is heading to auction with a $250,000 sale estimate.
This includes a one-of-one 1966 911 Spyder.
The car could sell for more than $5 million.
Being one of just 36 ever built is just the tip of the gelato cone.
It was the second prototype and close to production spec.
The cinematic Aston's buyer turned out to be NYC spy museum Spyscape.
It had a supercharged double-overhead cam straight-eight.
It was worn by Senna for F1 testing.
We wish we had more money.
The entire proceeds go to charity.
A choice selection of those being auctioned off this weekend.
The third 250 GTO ever built has a respectable racing history under its belt.
It was part of Ford's 1-2-3 finish at Le Mans and could fetch millions.
Remember the famous car chase from 1995's "GoldenEye?" The Aston Martin used in the chase will be auctioned next month.
It goes to auction in June with the last Viper.
Last November, Lamborghini gave Pope Francis a Huracán RWD customized in the white and gold colors of Vatican City. Unsurprisingly, Pope Francis announced it would be auctioned for charity, and that auction occurred this past week. The car rolled across the block of an RM Sotheby's auction and brought in 715,000 euros, which at current exchange rates is about $857,000.
A little while ago we wrote about the Dodge Viper factory being recommissioned into a museum that will hold the historic cars originally evicted from the Walter P. Chrysler museum. Now, what happened to the last Viper that factory built? It's getting auctioned off, in good company.