One of the very last of the analogue supercars was the Lamborghini Diablo SE30 built to celebrate Lamborghini's 30th anniversary. It was not a straightforward limited edition model but instead, it was a carefully developed, lightweight version of the Diablo. As such, it boasted a stripped out interior, more aggressive carbon-fibre body and tuned V12 engine. It was intended to form the basis for a new competition version but this never materialised. Lamborghini did create the rarer still Diablo SE30 Jota, which featured an even more powerful engine and was limited to just 28 upgrade kits of which only 14 were fitted at the factory. The featured example, is one of those fitted from new with the Jota package and will be offered at the upcoming RM Sotheby's Monaco sale.
Also due to cross the block in the small Principality but a day earlier and at the Bonhams auction is this one owner Ferrari 288 GTO. Equipped with both options that were available at the time, air-conditioning and electric windows, it was picked up by the first owner in Maranello and driven back to his home London. The privilege of becoming this car's second owner comes at the a hefty Euro 1.3 - 1.7 million.
That is peanuts compared to the McLaren F1 on offer from McLaren Special Operations. Recently refurbished and repainted at the factory, this late F1 has covered just 2,800 miles from new. Although no price was officially listed, we understand that an interested party is expected to fork over in excess of $12 million to acquire the F1 chassis 069.

Enjoy the links:

1984 - 1986 Ferrari 288 GTO Chassis 55171 -

1995 Lamborghini Diablo SE30 Jota - Images, Specifications and Information

1993 - 1998 McLaren F1 Chassis 069 -