Remember the Andrews Collection? Well, it just got significantly smaller after RM Auctions managed to sell 78 vehicles and select memorabilia from it. The result is $53,887,585 in the bank.

Those with the thickest wallets left the gig with a 1962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica SWB Cabriolet by Pininfarina ($7,645,000), a 1934 Packard Twelve Individual Custom Stationary Coupe by Dietrich ($4,180,000), a 1935 Duesenberg Model SJ Town Car by Bohman & Schwartz ($3,630,000) or a 1930 Cadillac V-16 Convertible Sedan by Murphy ($1,925,000), while the 1955 Lincoln Indianapolis Exclusive Study by Boano you see above fetched a healthy $1,210,000. Oh, and they also had a $2 million Shelby Cobra.

But those with significantly lighter wallets could also leave Texas in style, as a 1941 Packard Custom Super Eight One Eighty Sport Brougham by LeBaron sold for just $27,500 while a superb ‘87 Range Rover demanded only a $22,000 investment with a 1965 Toyota FJ45 Land Cruiser Pickup Custom following at $38,500. Buyers looking for more comfort could also roll away in a $33,000 1953 Pontiac Chieftain Deluxe Eight Custom Catalina, or a stunning 1966 Pontiac GTO that went for $60,500.

Photo credit: RM Auctions

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