It was reckoned among the absolute high-end products of the thirties: the Auto Union Type D. Today this car is a real rarity. In 2007 one of two remaining originals was offered for sale at Christie’s in Paris – estimated at 8.8 to 12 million euros. The documentary „The World’s Most Expensive Cars“ tells the thrilling story of this high-class auction. And a 1964 Ferrari Superfast also goes under the hammer. Now the original owner is willing to spend whatever it takes to get his car back.