See the 10 most expensive cars at the Mecum Auction in Dallas, including a 1934 Roadster that's the price of a house

The Mecum Auction in Dallas is car-lover's paradise. It's a chance for car enthusiasts to peep some of the most coveted cars in the world. And it's a chance for anyone with deep pockets to bid on cars that can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.

One look at bidders assistant George Boswell and you're all like, "Take my money. I'll take that fancy car."

In all, Mecum collected $22.2 million in overall sales totals in Dallas. The four days of auction saw 610 cars rolled out to new owners.

(If you like to follow the money: Take a look at all the top 10 cars auctioned in cities other than Dallas. In Monterey, someone paid nearly $3.5 million for a 2014 Ferrari!)

Back here in Dallas, the 10 most expensive cars sold were still plenty impressive, and include a 1934 Roadster that was sold for $260,000 and a 2009 Ferrari for $175,000.

The list:

2006 Ford GT: $270,000

1934 Packard Eight 1101 Coupe Roadster: $260,000

2005 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren : $245,000

1970 Plymouth Superbird : $215,000

2009 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano: $175,000

1969 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro: $175,000

1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe Street Rod: $160,000

1958 Chevrolet Corvette Resto Mod: $160,000

1934 Ford 3-Window Coupe Street Rod: $150,000

1932 Packard Eight 902 Coupe: $150,000

Photos courtesy of Mecum Auctions

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