SUPERCARS TOP 10: The best-selling supercars at the 2021 Scottsdale Auction

Vintage and modern supercars have become a staple of the collector car hobby – for good reason. With shapes to envy, colors to inspire and enough engineering wizardry to make the Saturn V rocket blush; the world of “supercardom” is really something to behold. At the 2021 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction, the supercar presence was felt – and heard – in the auction arena. With high-performance machines from Maranello, Sant’Agata Bolognese and Detroit rumbling their way across the block, it was quite the spectacle, especially when the 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 wowed the crowd when it sold for an incredible $2.475 million. Click through the gallery below for the Top 10 best-selling supercars at the 2021 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction.

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  1. I don't know about you but the announcers where like in the way of the excitement as you try to listen and focus to the auctioneers announcements and whats going on maybe talk less and or mixed it up more and let the people on the floor describe the car as they see it person…jmho.

  2. It's good to see that the blue Diablo has the pop up headlights as many of them have the fixed 300Z headlights. I just love the beautiful Bond Aston DBS. The 60's Ferrari 275 GTB/4 is worth every penny of its $2.25 Million final price. I once saw a yellow Ferrari 275 GTB in northern Michigan. Thanks.

  3. So so sad to hear how low the mileage is on these cars. All bought to be investments instead of thoroughly enjoyed by true gearheads as they should be

  4. I get the 18 Ford GT's bringing that money but i don't get the 04-05 Ford GT40's bringing the money they do, a 2018 Mustang GT is a faster, better handling car than the 04-05's that's all i'm saying. The new Ford GT is a hypercar, the old one is just okay.

  5. It’s funny it gets to the pista and i skip/FF right by in my eyes Ferrari makes to many models to close together.. they really steal there clients money …. The 488pista doesn’t come close to the performance of the next model Ferrari threw at there buyers and the SF90 is so far past the numbers for the 488 it’s as if in another class of supercars .. they need to slow the hell down and allow new buyers to enjoy there cars for a few years and not feel pressured

  6. Holy Mackerel! 1967 275 GTB! I drove one of these in 1972 in Redondo Beach. There was a gas station at 601 South Pacific Coast Hwy. (It was demolished and had some condos built there.) It was just parked there and it was for sale = $8000.00!!! The owner went to Brazil and left it there for some work done. Ed was the name of the mechanic and one day he asked to drive it onto the lift! I was 19 and told him I better not! So, he allowed me to bring it to the entrance. Boy! When I started it, and heard those 12 cylinder come alive I had goose bumps on my arms!
    I will always remember those few seconds! Most likely never again to be repeated!

  7. 425 for a pista?
    That's stupid cheap!
    You need a invitation for you to buy one of these!
    Than you wait 1-2 years depends on your spec to get it!
    And this one looks over 425 when was new!
    Lucky new owner if he is smart this will go over 1 million in some years because is the first new turbo of modern ferrari

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