Considering how many classic American cars Rawlings has had over the years, you’d expect one of his muscle cars to have been the biggest earner, but it was not so. Bear in mind, however, that Rawlings has still kept some of the cars that are closest to his heart. While a 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible sold for $67,442, the only car to break the six-figure barrier was from Japan. The venerable A80 Supra stole the show, with a 1993 model with just 16,000 miles on the clock selling for $121,000. The only other Japanese car in the sale was a 25,000-mile 1990 Nissan 300ZX, which returned an impressive $48,000.
Rawlings will reportedly be looking to Europe for new toys to fill his warehouses, but what exactly he has in mind remains to be seen. With over a million dollars in his pocket, he has plenty of options.