Worldwide Auctioneers brings the evolution of the supercar to Arizona

In a rare opportunity, America’s born-and-bred muscle supercars of the 1960s, ’70s, and ’80s will go head-to-head against today’s modern-day supercars of the world this upcoming week at Worldwide Auctioneers’ season-opening sale…

To the speed kings and queens of the world looking for your next mighty supercar, there’s plenty to choose from at Worldwide Auctioneers’ Scottsdale sale on 17 January. From the original American muscle machines, such as the Drag Pack-optioned Grabber Orange Ford Mustang (est. 110,000–130,000 US dollars) and one-of-70 Hemi-engined NASCAR ‘Aero Warr ior’ Dodge Chargers (600,000–800,000 dollars), to the modern-day speed demons, such as the first topless SuperVeloce Lamborghini Aventador (600,000–700,000 dollars) and the black-on-black, 1,300-miles-from-new 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder (1.6–1.9m dollars), the catalogue is sure to appeal to multiple generations of speed junkies. You can find our 10 favourites from the sale below or, alternatively, browse the entire catalogue in the Classic Driver Market

Our 10 favourite supercars from Worldwide Auctioneers