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A 1937 Bugatti Type 57C Atalante. Only 17 were built and this example sold for $10,345,000. 

A 1937 Bugatti Type 57C Atalante. Only 17 were built and this example sold for $10,345,000. 

Hundreds of cars hit the auction block at Monterey Car Week this year it proved to be incredibly lucrative as the houses collectively pulled in $470 million, besting the previous $395 million record back in 2015. So where did all that money go? Well, there were quite a few showstoppers that were on everyone's minds such as the $10,000,000 Bugatti Atalante (above) and one of the most significant Ferraris to ever touch the asphalt, the $22 million dollar 1955 Ferrari 410 Sport Spider by Scaglietti.  The racing prototype driven by the likes of Juan Manuel Fangio and Caroll Shelby also laid claim to the week's highest-priced sale. 

More highlights below. 

2007 Porsche RS Spyder EVO - $5,165,000

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1924 Hispano-Suiza H6C "Tulipwood" Torpedo by Nieuport-Astra - $9,245,000

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2022 Porsche 911 'Sally Special' - $3,600,000

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1969 Porsche 908/02 - $4,185,000

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1998 Ferrari F300 - $6,220,000

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rmsothebys.com / goodingco.com

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