Filed under: Luxury Cars & Autos
An unprecedented collection of exotic sportscars has gone on sale in the South Pacific which reports link to the world's top collector, the Sultan of Brunei.
The collection, which is being brokered out of New Zealand and thought to be currently located in Singapore, contains a dazzling array of European exotics. Among those being offered are 3 Lamborghinis, 2 lightweight Porsche 911 Turbos, a Jaguar XJ220, one of only eight Cizeta V16s ever produced, the ItalDesign BMW Nazca and no fewer than 25 Ferraris. Included in the latter are an Enzo, an F50, an F40, and a custom 512 TR Spider.
The cars are all worth in the six and seven figures, and many of them have never been driven beyond the original factory mileage. They may belong to the sultan himself, or possibly his brother Prince Jefri who has been the subject of controversy of late. Follow the link to the collection's dedicated sales site and peruse the image gallery below for a closer look.