Remember that original Batmobile that was sold at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale over the weekend for more than $4.6 million?
Forget about that, because two Ferrari were sold for more than $8 million each at two different, smaller, Valley auctions this weekend.
-Batmobile Sells for $4.6 Million at Barrett-Jackson; Man Gets to Shout "First" for $1.1 Million
-Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction: Some Awesome and Some Not-Awesome
-Slideshow: Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction in Scottsdale 2013
RM Auctions reports back today that a 1960 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta sold for $8,140,000, and says it's a world record for that specific model.
Gooding & Company also sold an $8 million Ferrari this weekend -- a 1958 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spider was sold at its Scottsdale auction for $8,250,000.
Cars from Ferrari's 250 series tend to be a bit expensive nowadays -- in case you couldn't tell already -- like the Ferrari 250 GTO that sold for about $35 million last year.
As far as we can tell, these Ferrari roadsters were the two most-expensive cars sold at all the auctions that took place around the Valley this weekend.
A related Top Gear clip, featuring another Ferrari 250, can be found below:
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