Classic Cars You Should Buy Now Because Their Price Is Only Going UP...

Classic Cars You Should Buy Now

If you happen to have an extra million or so laying around doing nothing, here's a sweet selection of classic cars you should buy now. If you click through to the slideshow, keep your eyes peeled for #8, the 1952 Ghia... oops, Ferrari.

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10 most expensive classic cars sold in Monaco

BonhamsThis Ferrari 288 GTO sold for $2.06 million in Monaco.RM Sotheby's and Bonhams saw impressive results at classic-car auctions held concurrent to the prestigious Historic Grand Prix of Monaco last weekend.

The event, which takes place two weeks before the actual Formula One race is run on the infamous circuit, is a parade of beautiful sheet metal.

The sights and sounds are hard to find anywhere else. The circuit is one of the most loved and feared in the world for its collection of tight turns in the narrow, unforgiving streets of Monaco.

Some of the races are journeys into the golden ages of motor sport.

At the auctions, results were somewhat varied. Some big headliners — like a very rare Ferrari 275 GTB/4 NART Spyder — failed to sell, while other cars soared.

For example, a 1995 Lamborghini Diablo SE30 Jota set a record for the model when the hammer dropped at 672,000 euros (about $760,000), while a 2004 Aston Martin DB AR1 sold for a record 336,000 euros (about $380,000).

Here are the 10 highest prices seen at RM Sotheby's and Bonhams in Monaco this past weekend:

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