Vintage car auctions tend to draw buyers who are willing to pay in the hundreds of thousands, millions or tens of millions for storied pieces of automotive history. We might not be able to bid on any of them, but that won’t stop us from ogling everything that comes across the block—especially when it’s something as storied as this vintage 1957 Ferrari 335S that sold for around $35 Million US at auction recently. The beaut you’re currently making love to, chassis 0674, won the 1958 Cuban Grand Prix, was raced by Mike Hawthorne and Sir Stirling Moss, placed second at the Mille Miglia, sixth at the 12 Hours of Sebring and recorded the fasted lap at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. This glorious piece of machinery might not hold the absolute highest record for cars that have crossed the block, but it’s pretty close and extremely unattainable for most of us. It sure is pretty, though.