In the market for a new car? How about an incredible used car -- a beyond your wildest dreams used car? Then you need to head to Scottsdale and the Gooding & Company Car Auction.
It's where you'll find used cars like this 1935 Mercedes-Benz, previously owned by a baron and his wife, the princess of Sweden.
Not your style? There's plenty to choose from.
"We have quite a cross section of cars everything from a Duisenberg from the 1930's which is expected to make over $2 million," says David Gooding, founder of Gooding & Company.
Or how about something built in the USA, like this Chevy Bel Air convertible. It'll set you back $70,000 to $90,000.
Maybe you're the kind of person who wants to stand out. A one-of-a-kind kind of guy, looking for a one-of-a-kind ride.
"We have this Maserati 150 GT behind me, it's the only one in the world."
The Maserati's going for an estimated $3 million. And it's not even the star of the show. An itsy bitsy Spider is taking top honors.
"The Porsche RSK, very similar to this is actually the successor to the 550 which people know James Dean had a 550 Spider which he was killed in, this was the car that followed that car."
This Spider's looking for a rider, one that has about $3 million to spare.
But it costs absolutely nothing to dream, and this is a great place to drift off and let your imagination run wild.
"If you're an enthusiast and you want to see some of the world's finest cars definitely come by," says Gooding.
Gooding & Company Car Auction
Scottsdale Fashion Square
E. Camelback Road & N. 68th Street
Viewing Hours: 9 - 6 pm Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, January 16-18; and 9 - 5 pm on Saturday, January 19
Auctions begin: 11:00 am on Friday, January 18 and Saturday, January 19