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Its estimated price by Artcurial suggests it will still reach stratospheric heights in auction history, most likely becoming the sixth car to sell for more than million, an evens chance of becoming the second car to sell for more than million and an outside chance of the record.

As we all know, anything could happen on the day if two people really want the same car.

For Paris-based Artcurial, a car in the top 10 would be yet another triumph as the company has grown from relative obscurity in the car area just a few years ago, to become one of the elite collectible car auction houses.

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The 1931 Bugatti Royale Kellner held the record for 20 years prior to that flurry of activity which saw its $8,532,588 price (astonishing for 30 years ago) topped by first the $10.9 million Ferrari California Spider in 2008 then a $12.4 million Ferrari Testa Rossa Juan Manuel Fangio's $30 million Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrow W196, then the 250 GTO and all in quick succession.

Several cars have since been considered as threats to the record, but the $29.6 million fetched by Fangio's Silver Arrow is still the nearest price ever to the GTO's $38.11 million and $8.5 million is a huge gap.

There are still only five cars in history that have sold for more than $20 million and they have all sold in the last three years: the Ferrari GTO ($38.1 million by Bonhams on 14 August, 2014), Fangio's Silver Arrow ($29.6 million by Bonhams on 12 July, 2013), a 1956 Ferrari 290 MM for $28.0528,000,000 to €32,000,000 ($30,520,000 to $34,880,000) and is hence the latest contender with a chance to become the most expensive car in the world.

The action is spread across two main locations in Scottsdale, Arizona (aka Phoenix) and Paris, France, where the Retromobile Exhibition is held in the city which pioneered auto racing 120 years ago.

All of the major auction houses are involved, with RM-Sotheby's and Bonhams holding auctions in both locations, Artcurial holding the official Retromobile auction, and Gooding & Company rounding out the major auction events in Scottsdale.

In the week leading up to the elite Scottsdale auctions, both Mecum and Barrett-Jackson also hold massive auctions, Mecum selling 3,000 cars in Kissimmee, Florida from January 15 to January 24 and Barrett-Jackson selling 1,700 vehicles at its Scottsdale auction from January 24 to January 31, 2016.

Barrett-Jackson is the only one of the major auction houses which does not post estimated values on its cars, and is hence not included in this preview (though the cars it sells will be included in the post-auction report), while Mecum is likely to sell a number of million dollar cars and has been included.

The star of the entire fortnight is a 1957 Ferrari 335 S Spider Scaglietti which is in with a rough chance of breaking the world record for an automobile at auction.

It's estimated price of EUR €28,000,000 to €32,000,000 (,520,000 to ,880,000) suggests it will still reach stratospheric heights in auction history, most likely becoming the sixth car to sell for more than million, an evens chance of becoming the second car to sell for more than million and an outside chance of the record.

(Credit: Artcurial) View gallery (389 images) The next fortnight sees one of the most concentrated periods of auction activity outside the Monterey Car Week auctions each August.

Whereas Monterey attracts many cars at the very top end of the market, this next fortnight will see a lot of activity in cars above a million dollars, but not quite at Top 100 prices, essentially top 1,500 prices begin around one million dollars whereas an entry into the top 100 currently requires a car to have sold for more than US.6 million.

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