If you’ve ever dreamt of owning some of the rarest and most exotic high-performance vehicles, Collecting Cars has put up the icons for auction in the new Supercar Sunday Collection.
As one of the leading marketplaces for performance cars across the globe, the online event has seen remarkable cars on offer from the UK, continental Europe, Australia, Malaysia and the USA with various examples of the Porsche 911 GT3, potent McLarens, Lamborghinis and, obviously, Ferrari.
A collection of pretty modern era rarities is also part of the lineup.
1992 Ferrari 512 TR – Owned by Chris Harris
As a replacement for the Ferrari Testarossa, the 512 TR was owned by current TopGear host, Chris Harris. It is powered by a 4.9-litre flat-12 engine that churns out 314 kW and it was sold by the owner with a recent cambelt service and comprehensive history.
1997 Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster
This iconic 90s supercar is powered by a 5.7-litre naturally aspirated V12 and credited with a top speed of 328 km/h. It benefits from a recent service and comes with low mileage from new.
1993 Porsche RUF 964 RCT
Previously owned by Alois Ruf Junior, this 964-era RUF 911 RCT is the genesis of the RUF RCT model and of of the 100 or so RCTs built, this car remains the only wide-body example with four-wheel-drive.
2004 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren
With only 2,034 km on the odo, this 2004 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren has previously been part of Michael Fux’s ‘Horse Power Farm’ collection. As it stands, it has undergone regular in-house maintenance.
1991 Koenig C62
As a road-legal replica of the legendary Group C and IMSA GT Prototype Porsche 962, it was built for road use by Koenig Specials.
Auctions will end on Sunday 20th March, which also coincides with the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere.