1. Batmobile from the 60s TV Series
The car was bought by Rick Champagne, a Phoenix-area logistics company executive. He said he would probably keep the Batmobile in his living room. “Maybe take it out for a Sunday drive,” he told SPEED TV.
2. James Bond’s Aston Martin
James Bond’s Aston Martin from Goldfinger boasts an ejector seat, machine guns, rotating license plates and other spy gear. It was bought by Harry Yeaggy, an American classic cars collector who has a small private museum in Ohio.
3. Steve McQueen’s Racing Suit from Le Mans
By answering 3 Le Mans history questions correctly, 12 year-old Timothy Davies of Wolverhampton, England was chosen as the winner and presented with the suit by racing driver Richard ‘Dickie’ Attwood.
4. Audrey Hepburn’s Dress from Breakfast at Tiffany’s
While the buyer remained anonymous, the money raised in the auction went toward helping build a school in Calcutta. Givenchy had donated the dress for the charity fundraising and it was expected to sell for less than £70,000.
5. The Delorean From Back to the Future
A total of seven DMC-12s were reportedly modified to be used in the films, and only three are said to remain. A standard DMC-12 is worth about $30,000 if it is in excellent condition.