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The Concorso D'Eleganza Villa D'Este weekend boasts a Ferrari full house

1953 Ferrari 340/375 MM Berlinetta 'Competizione' by Pinin Farina : There are no pricing detials for this extremely rare vehicle, one of the most important racing Ferraris of all time but with the demand for cars with such heritage at an all-time high, the final price could be many millions. Photo:AFP
1/101953 Ferrari 340/375 MM Berlinetta 'Competizione' by Pinin Farina : There are no pricing detials for this extremely rare vehicle, one of the most important racing Ferraris of all time but with the demand for cars with such heritage at an all-time high, the final price could be many millions. Photo:AFP
1961 Ferrari 250 GT Series II Cabriolet by Pininfarina : One of only 202 examples built, this 240 bhp, 2,953 cc single overhead camshaft V-12 could fetch €780,000. Photo:AFP
2/101961 Ferrari 250 GT Series II Cabriolet by Pininfarina : One of only 202 examples built, this 240 bhp, 2,953 cc single overhead camshaft V-12 could fetch €780,000. Photo:AFP
1929 Bugatti Type 44 Grand Sport in the style of Bugatti : The first ever Bugatti to be built for comfort above speed, it was a huge departure for the company when it debuted, yet it is still predicted to sell for €360,000. Photo:AFP
3/101929 Bugatti Type 44 Grand Sport in the style of Bugatti : The first ever Bugatti to be built for comfort above speed, it was a huge departure for the company when it debuted, yet it is still predicted to sell for €360,000. Photo:AFP
1927 Bugatti Type 37 Grand Prix : With the launch of the Type 37 Grand Prix model, Bugatti created one of the most iconic racing cars in history, a bargin at €1,000,000. Photo:AFP
4/101927 Bugatti Type 37 Grand Prix : With the launch of the Type 37 Grand Prix model, Bugatti created one of the most iconic racing cars in history, a bargin at €1,000,000. Photo:AFP
1965 Ferrari 275 GTS by Pininfarina : An excellently preserved example of a car that has always had the right balance of power and poise, it could still give some modern sportscars a run for their money in terms of both performance and looks. €650,000 - €780,000. Photo:AFP
5/101965 Ferrari 275 GTS by Pininfarina : An excellently preserved example of a car that has always had the right balance of power and poise, it could still give some modern sportscars a run for their money in terms of both performance and looks. €650,000 - €780,000. Photo:AFP
1930 Bugatti Type 46 Coupé Superprofilée in the style of Jean Bugatti : One of the stars of the show, 'The Little Royale' is expected to go for between €840,000 and €1,000,000. Photo:AFP
6/101930 Bugatti Type 46 Coupé Superprofilée in the style of Jean Bugatti : One of the stars of the show, 'The Little Royale' is expected to go for between €840,000 and €1,000,000. Photo:AFP
1962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica SWB Coupé Aerodinamico by Pininfarina : This car is special for two reasons - first it is one of only 36 ever built, and two, those cars were only made and given to Ferrari's favourite clients, technically they were never for sale. €1,900,000 - €2,300,000 Photo:AFP
7/101962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica SWB Coupé Aerodinamico by Pininfarina : This car is special for two reasons - first it is one of only 36 ever built, and two, those cars were only made and given to Ferrari's favourite clients, technically they were never for sale. €1,900,000 - €2,300,000 Photo:AFP
1937 Bugatti Type 57 Ventoux: This particular car was the 99th Ventoux built of 164 produced, as part of the third series, and it is the only example to feature the distinctive “teardrop” tail. €295,000 - €400,000. Photo:AFP
8/101937 Bugatti Type 57 Ventoux: This particular car was the 99th Ventoux built of 164 produced, as part of the third series, and it is the only example to feature the distinctive “teardrop” tail. €295,000 - €400,000. Photo:AFP
1968 Ferrari 365 GTC by Pininfarina : This car helped to redefine the term 'grand tourer' and for many this was the finest and fastest Ferrari of its generation. €490,000 - €550,000. Photo:AFP
9/101968 Ferrari 365 GTC by Pininfarina : This car helped to redefine the term 'grand tourer' and for many this was the finest and fastest Ferrari of its generation. €490,000 - €550,000. Photo:AFP
1965 Ferrari 275 GTB by Scaglietti : This actual car wowed the crowds at the Paris Salon in 1964 and could send the auction's audience into a similar bidding frenzy. It is estimated to fetch €850,000. Photo:AFP
10/101965 Ferrari 275 GTB by Scaglietti : This actual car wowed the crowds at the Paris Salon in 1964 and could send the auction's audience into a similar bidding frenzy. It is estimated to fetch €850,000. Photo:AFP
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