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Look at any list of the most expensive cars ever sold and, odds are, it’s going to include Ferrari GTOs. A 1963 GTO just sold for $70 million, the highest price ever paid for a car, according to a CNBC interview with Marcel Massini, the world’s top collectible Ferrari expert. Prior to that, another 1963 Ferrari GTO sold for $54 million. And now, one of the most iconic, desirable and rare cars ever is likely going to pick up another “most expensive car” badge when this 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO by Scaglietti rolls across the RM Sotheby’s auction block for an estimated $45 million. This particular example of the “car collector’s holy grail” is chassis no. 3412 GT and is the third of 36 examples produced. It was originally a test car driven by Phil Hill for the ’62 Targa Florio road race before changing hands with renowned collectors and racers as it racked up wins and a few zeroes in the value department from it’s original $18,000 price tag.

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In a world where gadgets are judged on how well they do their jobs despite being available in the smallest packages possible, the Hunt23 Ultra Compact Flashlight reigns supreme. They took all the life-proof features of the incredibly bright Hunt22 (iceproof / smashproof / waterproof / fireproof) and upgraded the titanium body with a tiny pry bar on the back that can be used as a flathead screwdriver or to open boxes, bottles, bags and cans. It’s also TSA-compliant so you don’t have to worry about traveling with it. This flashlight is the EDC tool you’ve been missing.