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From AOL Business Week

By Chester Dawson

Owning your own fantasy car: Priceless? Not for those bidding on collectible cars at the annual classic car auctions held every January in Scottsdale, Ariz. This year brought out a number of vehicles truly in a class by themselves: a Mercedes-Benz owned by a late Romanian communist dictator, mobster Al Capone's personal Cadillac Town Car, and rocker Sammy Hagar's I Can't Drive 55 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500. Then there's the James Bond car for those with an alter ego as a globe-trotting and car-savvy secret agent. If money were no object... dream on.

Photos and Data: Barrett-Jackson Auction Co., RM Auctions Inc.

1960 "Elvis Presley" Ford Lincoln Mark V limousine

Price: $556,200

Be the "king" of the road by taking the helm of this classy black Lincoln limo which the King of Rock-'n'-Roll himself ordered while on U.S. Army duty in Germany. The limo includes special features such as a privacy glass between front and back and separate air conditioning controls for the front and rear seats.