Remember Gone in 60 Seconds? The predictable heist flick of 2000, that saw Nicolas Cage et al pinch some dribble-inducing cars for a reason you forget about 30 minutes into the film?
That list of improbable motors doesn't hold a gasoline-fuelled candle to the motoring roll call of the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance car auction.
Exhibiting some of the rarest, most valuable motors in the world, several of the largest auction houses in the business come to offload their four-wheeled wonders to the assembled millionaires.
While you might have missed this year's opportunity to pick up a new ride (let's be honest, you'd only have been able to afford new air freshener from the gift shop), we've assembled the 10 most expensive, ridiculous cars to have featured in the week's auctions - a collection which brought in £78,628,464 alone.
Fetch yourself a bib and proceed to get some serious motor envy.
(Images: Sotheby's, Gooding)
[Via: The Verge]
1964 Ferrari 250 LM by Scaglietti
Sold for $17,600,000 (£11,195,964)
1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider
Sold for $16,830,000 (£10,704,132)
1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta Speciale
Sold for $16,500,000 (£10,498,186)
1998 McLaren F1 'LM-Specification'
Sold for $13,750,000 (£8,734,595)
1953 Jaguar C-Type Works Lightweight
Sold for $13,200,000 (£8,386,783)
1956 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Competizione 'Tour de France' by Scaglietti
Sold for $13,200,000 (£8,387,982)
1982 Porsche 956
Sold for $10,120,000 (£6,430,296)
1959 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spider by Scaglietti
Sold for $8,500,000 (£5,401,575)
1950 Ferrari 275S/340 America Barchetta by Scaglietti
Sold for $7,975,000 (£5,053,417)
2005 Ferrari Enzo
Sold for $6,050,000 (£3,835,534)