One of New Zealand's largest auctions of collector vehicles goes under the hammer on Sunday.
With cars from the 1920s to the 2000s, candy-cane convertibles, muscle cars, and even a ute, it's gaining a lot of traction from car enthusiasts.
"There's really something for everyone," Webb's head of collectors' cars Caolan McAleer says.
"The price points range from $8000 right up to $180,000."
The vehicles, altogether worth over $3.5 million, are on display at Auckland's ASB Showgrounds.
And you don't have to be a petrolhead to appreciate these classics, you can swing into a Lotus Esprit in all her original glory.
And if the '80s isn't quite your era, maybe a trip in a 1964 Mercedes convertible is more your speed. Dreams are free but these cars will set you back a few grand.
"We don't typically get first car buyers, that would be pretty gangster to buy your first car at an auction home. Get a Mercedes rather than a Swift," McAleer jokes.
It's not just cars - there's a boat to live out your Monte Carlo fantasies and even a few motorbikes.
The collection also includes a 1920s Indian Scout. It's the same model as the one raced by New Zealander Burt Munro when he set the world record for speed. Minus a few modifications of course.