What can you buy for $300 million?
A block of flats at Point Piper? A big night out with a few mates at Attica? Or you could buy the whole of the Republic of Palau and have enough change to turn Bem Ermii Burgers & Fries into a high-class casino.
Or you could have bought all the 2,500 cars that sold at Scottsdale last month. Apart from having to buy a new garage and explaining to your partner that the traffic jam outside is just your new metal collection, the fact is, you had to kiss a lot of frogs to find a few princes or princesses.
However the reality is that for only $20 million you could have bought the top four cars: a 1967 Corvette L88 from Barrett Jackson for $4.3 million; a 1958 Ferrari F250GT from Dave Gooding for $7 million; a 1958 Ferrari 250 GT LWB from RM Auctions for $10 million and a Ferrari 212 Berlinetta from Bonhams for $3.6 million.