What you are looking at is known simply as "The Pinnacle Portfolio." It's a collection of cars unlike any you've ever seen, boasting rides like the actual Ferrari Enzo given to Pope John Paul II, the very first Bugatti Veyron ever produced, and the Saleen S7 used in Iron Man.
That's one hell of a sentence, but it's only the tip of the iceberg here: Take every "Justification for Higher Education" poster you've ever seen, imagine how it would look for every era of car since the 1950s, then cherry pick only the most outstanding examples of each car and put them all in the same collection, under one roof. That's what you're looking at.
The most amazing thing? It's all up for sale at RM Sotheby's. Take a look:
This is the very last Enzo produced, and was originally a gift to Pope John Paul II. He actually blessed the engine.
This is the very last F40 LM ever made.
As in, production number 001.
One of just 29 built with an aluminum body.
Only two of S7s were fitted with an optional package that gave it over 1000 hp. This is one of them. If this one looks familiar, yes, you did see it in Iron Man.
One of only two with the full race package and a road-going interior.
This is the same car used in the filming of Fast Five.
This car was originally bought purely to be displayed in the Petersen Automotive Museum. Then it became part of The Pinnacle Portfolio.