A 2003 Ferrari Enzo from the collection of Tommy Hilfiger will star in a sale at RM Sotheby's in Arizona.
It's expected to make around $2.7m-3m when it crosses the block on January 19-20.
Tommy Hilfiger bought this Ferrari Enzo new in 2003
The car has just 3,620 miles on the clock. Hilfiger bought it new, making this one of only a handful of single-owner Enzos.
Only 400 were ever built, so this is a rare opportunity for buyers to acquire a modern classic.
"I love Ferraris," Hilfiger said.
"Tommy Hilfiger [the brand] sponsored the [Scuderia Ferrari] team and I designed the F1 uniforms during the Schumacher years.
"When the Enzo launched, Jean Todt and Luca De Montezemolo made sure I got one. I've bought and sold cars for many years…
"My lifestyle is changing so I don't drive fast sports cars as I used to, but prefer driving my Rolls Dawn these days, or my Maybach. Cars are similar to fashion, always evolving in style!"
Meanwhile, a 1933 Chrysler CL Imperial dual windshield phaeton, designed by famed coachbuilder Ralph Roberts, is valued at $1.4m-1.8m.
Roberts introduced some revolutionary new ideas into his design, including lowered headlamps and adjustments to the fenders.
Gord Duff, a car specialist at RM Sotheby's, comments: "It is, by far, one of the most significant Chryslers ever built, and arguably one of the best-looking American Classics.
"As a one-off creation, you never know when you may see this Chrysler back on the market. It's definitely one to watch and deserving of close inspection."