World's Most Expensive Cars

2017

Episode 3 Ferrari Spyder & Two Maseratis

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Ant Anstead is in Monaco watching over the sale of a rare Ferrari Spyder, valued at a whopping £19 million. And Dutch car hunter Tonnie is on the trail of a couple of Maseratis.

Episode 10 Aston Martin DB4

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An Aston Martin DB4 GT worth £2.5 million is made ready for London auction, while in the South of France, two rallying classics, a Peugeot and a Renault hope to fetch a $million each.

Episode 2 Aston Martin, Ferrari & Mercedes-Benz

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Ant is at a New York auction where a Ferrari and an Aston Martin break sales records, achieving eight figure prices. And actor James Mason's Mercedes may also be up for sale.

Episode 1 Shelby Cobra, Bugatti, Alfa Romeo

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Ant goes to California to track the sale of the very first Shelby Cobra. There's also a 1939 Bugatti Type 57 and a 1932 Alfa Romeo on show in Manhattan.

Episode 8 Continental Speedster, Packard Twelve Coupe Roadster

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The car hunters track down a Continental Speedster prototype, once the personal car of Edsel Ford, Henry's son. Plus - a 1938 Packard Twelve Coupe Roadster.

Episode 6 Jaguar D-Type & 1951 Ferrari 340

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Ant Anstead is in California, to see if a Le Mans-winning Jaguar D-Type can become the most expensive British car ever sold at auction. The show also features a rare 1951 Ferrari 340.

Episode 7 Austin Princess Hearse and a Porsche

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An Austin Princess hearse previously owned by John Lennon is up for valuation, while a Porsche that once belonged to Janis Joplin is auctioned in New York.

Episode 5 Jaguar D-Type & 1951 Ferrari 340

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In Scotland, car hunter Paul Darvill hopes a rusting 1967 Iso Grifo sports car will make him the envy of his colleagues. Gord Duff tries to buy a stunning 1954 Bentley Continental Fastback.

Episode 4 Six Racing Cars and a Duesenberg

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A collection of six racing cars go for a test drive in the Arizona desert. And a beautiful 1929 Duesenberg goes under the hammer in Detroit.
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