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Fiat feels a little wet behind the ears with this tribute to its classic 500. Picture: Positano Boats

The 1985 Lancia Delta S4 Rally was the best of its time and $1m should get it in your garage.

Mika Hakkinen’s 2013 McLaren P1 Coupé Validation Prototype 3.

Bid for the 2023 Hyperion XP-1 prototype – just don’t expect to be allowed to drive it on Australian roads.

This 1981 Porsche 917 K-81 could be yours for $5m.

Enzo Ferrari’s last Formula 1 Drivers’ World Championship-winning car, the 1979 Ferrari 312 T4.

RM Sothebys sold some serious metal for serious prices, including a black-on-black, 2016 Koenigsegg Agera RSR with less than 1000km on the clock.

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The 1969 Porsche 908/02 Langheck Flunder Spyder is a “modest” $7m or a bit under.

The 2019 Porsche 935 will cost you a bit over $2m.

The 1989 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante is a convertible on steroids.

Sydney D'Elegance 2024

John Connolly Motoring Columnist

You’re here because you read Motoring in The Weekend Australian or you made a mistake and were looking for an important John Connolly. Either way, this is really the overflow section of my column, so you will be able to read the latest out of date car news, see lots of photos of cars and merry go rounds that you will never be able to afford and some travel reviews that include some of the worst bars and cafes in the world. Just what you need to help you through the day if you can’t afford the alternative. John [email protected] 

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