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For less than 5 years in the 1950s, Jaguar combined innovations in aviation with their knowledge of sports cars to create the D-Type. It was made to conquer Le Mans, and it did … three times. Now the legendary little rocket can be yours, if you’ve got $4 million burning a hole in your pocket. A 1955 D-Type is going up for auction on Mach 14, and it’s expected to fetch close to $4 million. This model was carefully rebuilt in 2003 to resemble the original silhouette of the legendary racer, and is one slick piece of automobile history that could be yours (probably not) in less than a month.

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