SOUTH FLORIDA SPORTS AND SUPERCARS: The Race Is On With These No Reserve Two-Seaters

Credit: Original article published by Barrett-Jackson.


A few things come to mind when you think about South Florida: sand, surf, sports cars and supercars. We have “Miami Vice” to thank for the latter as it was the first TV show to put modern supercars in front of an entire generation who otherwise may not have seen them.

The colors, shapes and sounds: What’s not to love? Americans’ infatuation with supercars, a longtime staple of the collector car hobby, shifted into high gear in the 1980s when the country’s youth were taping posters of Lamborghini Diablos or Ferrari Testarossas on their walls.

These two-seaters represent progress and showcase the very best performance, technology and design offered by automotive industry.

They come fitted with everything from a twin-turbo V8 or high-revving V10 to a supercharged V12. The engine placement is as exotic as the powerplant itself, often located in the middle or the rear of the car.

Equipped with hundreds of horsepower and lap times that outshine the best of last year’s race cars, these beauties are built to go fast and look good while doing it — just like perfectly curated #supercarspotter Instagram accounts.

This selection that is offered with No Reserve during the 2022 Palm Beach Auction showcases these super hot rides right into the 21st century.


LOT #692.1 – 1999 Shelby Series 1 Convertible – No Reserve

LOT #691 – 2008 Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera – No Reserve

LOT #690 – 2010 Ferrari California Convertible – No Reserve

LOT #683 – 2018 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT S – No Reserve

2022 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Coupe IMSA GTLM Championship Edition – No Reserve

LOT #742.7 – 2007 Ferrari F430 Spider Convertible – No Reserve

LOT #726 – 2006 Ford GT – No Reserve

LOT #745 – 2022 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Coupe IMSA GTLM Championship Edition – No Reserve

LOT #725 – 2020 Ford GT Carbon Series – No Reserve