8. 1964 Ferrari 250 LM
Though it was built to be a racer, Ferrari’s first mid-engine car was at first a street car for a Mr. Steve Earle of Santa Barbara, where several thousand miles were put on the car, including many breakneck drives down the famous Mulholland Drive. Upon being sold several years later, the car was raced a number of times, including at Sebring and Daytona. Though several years after its release, the car actually came in first in its class at the 1968 24 Hours of Daytona. Chassis number 6107 was the 24th of only 32 total 250 LM’s produce. The car was sold for $14,300,000 at RM’s Art of the Automobile Auction in 2013.