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If you're like me, you've bought and sold many cars on Autotrader. If you're even more like me, none of these cars have ever cost $1 million. But they're out there: a few cars, listed on Autotrader, that cost more than a house -- more than a nice house with a hot tub, recessed lighting and those curtains where you clap your hands and -- whirrrrrrrrr -- they close automatically.

So today, I've decided to show you the most expensive cars currently listed on Autotrader. These cars are insane. Absolutely, categorically insane. But before I reveal them, one important note: I've skipped duplicate vehicles, which means if there's a car with four or five listings, I've only included the most expensive one. I had to do this, or else this list would all be Porsche 918 Spyders and Carrera GTs. Not that you care -- you've already started scrolling down to find out No. 1.

2016 Lamborghini Aventador LP750-

10. 2016 Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 -- $624,990

Listed for sale at Lamborghini Beverly Hills, this Aventador is painted silver, with a black-and-blue interior and a wing on the back the size of greater Nashville. Note that this is not merely the standard Aventador, but the ultra-high-performance Aventador LP750-4 SV, which stands for superveloce, Italian for "very fast." It dishes out 750 horsepower, yet its $625,000 asking price is only good enough for 10th on this list.

1995 Ferrari F512M

9. 1995 Ferrari F512M -- $675,900

Located at exotic-car paradise Marshall Goldman Motor Sales near Cleveland, Ohio, this Ferrari F512M is available for $675,900. Personally, I think it's worth it, if only for the wheels. The F512M has the coolest wheels of any production car ever manufactured. I'll describe them: They're stars, but then they're sort of tilted, like they're dancing, and then they're surrounded by holes. If you find this description horrible, that's because true beauty cannot be captured by the written word. Anyway, the F512M was only made in 1995 and was the final iteration of the iconic Testarossa. There are only 75 of them in the entire country.

2016 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG Brabus G700

8. Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG Brabus G700 -- $724,800

Offered by Motorcars of Georgia in Atlanta, this thing is possibly the most ridiculous vehicle on this entire list. Here's a description: Take a Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen, opt for the high-performance G63 AMG trim, and jack it up so it becomes the G63 AMG 4x4, an ultra-off-road version of the G-Wagen. Then turn it over to Mercedes tuner Brabus so they can make it even more ridiculous than it already is. Motorcars of Georgia says this is one of only three of these Brabus G700s in the entire world. This makes sense, considering it costs $724,800.

1997 Porsche 911 Turbo S

7. 1997 Porsche 911 Turbo -- $795,000

If you're looking for confirmation that values of old Porsche models are rising, this listing -- from Park Place LTD near Seattle, Washington -- is it. While the famous 993 911 Turbo S has always commanded a premium over the already-expensive naturally aspirated 993 and 993 Turbo models, this particular Turbo S has a stratospheric list price: $795,000. But it's also one of the best examples in existence, with a gorgeous color combination and a mere 17,917 miles on the odometer.

2015 Ferrari 458 Italia Speciale A

6. 2015 Ferrari 458 Italia Speciale A - $798,900

The most expensive privately listed car on Autotrader is this one, a Ferrari 458 Italia Speciale Aperta located near Dallas. For those of you who don't keep up with all the special-edition Ferrari models, each of which come with their own confusing 3-syllable word, here's the situation with this one: You have the normal 458 Italia, which is already an expensive, ridiculous, high-performance supercar in its own right. Then there's the 458 Speciale, which is a high-performance version of an already-high-performance car. Then there's this, the 458 Speciale A (standing for Aperta) a convertible version of the 458 Speciale that's limited to just 499 worldwide examples. You had to be on a special Ferrari list to get one, and the seller was apparently on that list. Now it's available for $798,900, with just 500 miles on the odometer.

2005 Porsche Carrera GT

5. 2005 Porsche Carrera GT -- $897,995

This is my all-time favorite car: the Porsche Carrera GT, painted Fayence Yellow. Only about 40 of these yellow Carrera GTs came to the United States. That makes it the rarest factory color on the Carrera GT, which is -- according to a pool of experts comprised of me and my stuffed anteater, Marvin -- the greatest car ever manufactured. Although I've wanted a Fayence Yellow Carrera GT ever since it came out in 2004, I've only gotten further from this dream: While the Carrera GT cost around $400,000 when it was new 12 years ago, values have recently shot up. Now, this one is available at Porsche of Kings Auto Mall in Cincinnati, Ohio, for $897,995. Goodbye, dream car.

2011 Ferrari 599 GT

4. 2011 Ferrari 599 GTO -- $899,900

The Ferrari 599 GTO was the ultimate version of Ferrari's 599 supercar, which came out in 2007. When I say ultimate, I mean it's less comfortable and has less stuff, such as limited interior carpeting -- but that's actually a good thing, because it's so fast you might throw up. It's also really low to the ground, so you have to watch out for low curbs, big potholes or USB sticks. Most importantly, however, it's incredibly rare: Ferrari says they only made 599 examples, which is why Ferrari Fort Lauderdale is selling this one for $899,900. Adding to its rarity is the fact that it has only 1,303 original miles. No word on any interior vomit.

2014 Hennessey Venom GT

3. 2014 Hennessey Venom GT -- $1,250,000

There's a reason this 2010 Lotus Elise costs over $1 million: It isn't actually a Lotus Elise. Admittedly, it started life as a Lotus. But then it was turned over to Hennessey Performance Engineering in Houston, Texas, which stretched it out and gave it -- this is a real number -- 1,244 hp. Hennessey says it's the fastest street-legal car in the world, with a top speed of 270 miles per hour -- about a school zone faster than a Veyron. Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler has one of these, presumably because he is insane. Anyway, if you'd like to experience 270 miles per hour in an exotic sports car tuned by people in Texas, head to Choice Auto Sales near Pittsburgh, where this one is listed for a wild $1.25 million.

1992 Ferrari F40

2 1992 Ferrari F40 -- $1,599,895

Remember when the F40 didn't cost $1.6 million? It wasn't that long ago that you could pick up an F40 -- Ferrari's second supercar, after the famed 288 GTO -- for something like $350,000. These days, $350,000 would hardly buy you an F40 fender, and if it did, the Ferrari prancing-horse logo definitely wouldn't still be attached. Admittedly, this example is a bit out of the norm: Offered by Ferrari of Central Florida in Orlando, it's covered just 9,700 miles from new, and it hails from the F40's final year of production: 1992. Of course, like any F40, it's also wildly exotic-looking, insanely powerful and incredibly cool. Is it $1.6 million cool? Yeah, probably.

2015 Porsche 918 Spyder

1. 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder -- $1,750,754

Of all the Porsche 918 Spyders on Autotrader -- and there are several -- this is the most expensive. Offered by Porsche of North Olmsted near Cleveland, Ohio, it has 265 miles on the odometer and an asking price of $1,750,754. Yes, that's right: not just one million, seven hundred and fifty thousand, but one million, seven hundred and fifty thousand and ... seven hundred and fifty-four. Anyway, this 918 also features Porsche's famous Martini racing livery, acid-green brake calipers and the rare Weissach package, which makes it one of the most visually stunning 918s in the world. Still, I'm not sure if that makes it worth $1,750,754. Maybe $1,750,647.

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