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And you thought the Bugatti Veyron was expensive. This 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO, while making the Veyron look like a Yugo, reportedly sold for $52 million. That number is staggering so we will write it out. $52,000,000. Who sold their soul to the devil to buy this, you ask? Well, the name isn’t released but they did just acquire 1 of just 39 GTOs made in 1963, specifically for GT racing. Largely considered the most prized of all Ferraris, this particular GTO took first place in the 1963 Tour de France road race. And with this sale, it becomes the most expensive automobile. Original sticker price, by the way, was about $18,000 and required approval by no other than Enzo Ferrari himself.

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As much as we love watches with dozens of complications and functions, there’s something to be said for a simple and understated design. The Nixon Patrol watch is a modern interpretation of classic designs that has everything you need and nothing you don’t. Made with a no-nonsense 42mm stainless case, a rock-solid Miyota quartz movement and a stainless 3-link bracelet, it’s as clean and slim as it is durable and attractive. Add in the bold indices on the face to complete the sleek and stylish look. This is the watch for the makers and doers.