The Most Expensive Collector Cars Sold in 2022

The Top 10 most expensive collector cars sold at auction in 2022 represented $250M of the $4.2B in sales. The list includes 5 Ferraris and 2 Mercedes-Benz… and all but 2 were produced before JFK was elected President.

View the top sales in the list below. Click the photo of the car to learn more about the sale, including vehicle history and related comps.

Top Classic Car Auction Sales of 2022

Based on auction data collected by CLASSIC.COM through December 31, 2022. For a list of auctions included, reference our Data Sources.

Notable sales

There’s more to the market than just the Top 10 sales – check out these notable sales setting records in various segments of the market:

Top Online Auction Sale

The highest sale at online auction this year was this LaFerrari Aperta at Bring a Trailer. Only 210 LaFerrari Apertas were made, and while we’ve seen 5 others cross the auction block at live auctions, seeing this one sell online in 2022 certainly shows the strength of the online auction market today!

See the top Bring a Trailer sales >

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Top Flip

The F40 was one of our Top Markets of 2022, as its CMB increased 33% from $1.66M to $2M this year. It’s no surprise that this particularly clean and low-mileage (1,832) example was sold for a 132% net gain over it’s previous sale.

View the Top 10 Flips and Flops of 2022 >

Follow the Ferrari F40 market >

Top 911

The Porsche 911 is one of the most popular models for car enthusiasts around the world – and in a year where we could all use a little pick-me-up, it’s fun to see this “Sally Special” hit the top of the 911 chart.

Follow the 911 market, and explore submarkets >

Top Truck

The H1 was also one of our Top Markets of 2022, as its CMB increased 22% from $84K to $103K this year. This particular build was customized with the help of Predator, Inc. and Canepa – showcasing the best of the restomod trend that we’ve seen the past few years.

Read our full 2022 Classic Trucks Report >

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