Sometimes we should all pause and think about how tough it is for some people. For example, take Chris Evans, a weekday breakfast show radio DJ for the dear old British Broadcasting Corporation. He couldn't afford to pay more than $17 million (12 million pounds Sterling) for a 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO without having to sell "at least three" of his other classic Ferraris. Although he can console himself with the fact that this (a Series II, by the way) is one of only 39 250 GTO models ever made; they are considered the most sought-after cars in the world. Oh, and he also has a 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California that he bought for $10 million at another auction a couple of years ago. But props to the guy-he does actually drive them.