They're all for sale, by one mysterious owner, at the following link. According to the source, all the cars in this incredible collection “have been held since new and are secured in a private garage” somewhere outside New Zealand.
All exciting and all, but the following details have left us a bit in the dark. Whoever bought them (those who dug around, like the guys from Luxist, say that the cars might belong to the Sultan of Brunei) didn't really had the chance to enjoy them.
Most of the cars in the collection are not registered and haven't even been driven passed their factory mileage. We find all that to be a waste. After all, if you have the money, have the means and have the cars, why don't you take them out for a spin, at least once.
To our knowledge, this is among the biggest private collection sales ever (if not THE biggest). As you might have imagined, none of these cars come cheap. Yet, if you are interested, below is a short list of what is up for grabs (you might want to check the following link for more details on each of the cars).
We recommend taking a deep breath before reading the following: Ferrari Enzo, Ferrari F50, Ferrari F40, Ferrari Daytona 365GTB, Ferrari Daytona 365GTB (2), Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano (2), Ferrari 430 Spyder F1, Ferrari 575 Superamerica, Ferrari 550 Barchetta, Ferrari 550 Maranello, Ferrari 456 GTA Modificata, Ferrari Pinnafarina Testarossa Spyder, Ferrari 512 TR Spyder, Ferrari Testarossa, Ferrari 355 Challenge, Ferrari 355 Challenge Race Spec, Ferrari 348 GT Competizione (2), Ferrari 348 GTB, Ferrari 348 GTS Targa (2), Ferrari Mondial T, Ferrari Mondial T Cabriolet, Ferrari Dino 246 GT, Lamborghini Diablo SE30, Lamborghini Countach 25th (2), ItalDesign Nazca V12, Jaguar XJ 220, Cizeta V16, Porsche 911 Turbo S Leichtbau, Porsche 911 Turbo S Leichtbau.