This collection of supercars just set auction records

August 14, 2015, 6:11 PM UTC
2013 Geneva Auto Show
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND - MARCH 06: The Ferrari logo is seen during the 83rd Geneva Motor Show on March 6, 2013 in Geneva, Switzerland. Held annually with more than 130 product premiers from the auto industry unveiled this year, the Geneva Motor Show is one of the world's five most important auto shows. (Photo by Harold Cunningham/Getty Images)
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A private collection “of the greatest and most iconic European modern supercars” brought in $67m at the RM Sotheby’s auto auction Thursday in Monterey, California. The sales proved to be the greatest private collection sold in a one-day auction ever.

The pinnacle collection, as Sotheby’s writes, is “simply put, a rare collection of automotive distinction.” The 25 vehicles put up for auction included Lamborghini’s, Ferraris, Porches, Bugatti’s, and many more top-tier supercars.

The top 5 performing cars on the auction floor of the pinnacle collection sold for $44m including iconic cars such as the 1964 Ferrari 250 LM, 1998 McLaren F1 ‘LM-Specification,’ 2005 Ferrari Enzo, 1994 Ferrari F40 LM, and a 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4.

The 1964 Ferrari 250 LM led the race, however, scoring a record-setting $17.6m sale. The Pope John Paul II Ferrari sold for $6.1m, as well–that’s right, the Pope owned a 2005 Ferrari Enzo, and not only that, but it was the 400th and final Enzo built.

“Bonhams set the previous record for the category last year at $66 million in a sale that included a $38.1 million Ferrari 250 GTO Berlinetta, the highest price ever for a car sold publicly,” notes Bloomberg Business.