The Principality of Monaco is auctioning off part of a collection of automobiles started by Prince Rainier III that includes a number of interesting American models running the gamut from sports cars to military vehicles.
This 1973 Camaro is a rare export edition powered by a 4.1-liter six-cylinder engine, and is expected to go for the not so princely sum of just $15,000.
Click through to window shop a few more royal rides.
The Dodge Dart is back, but its nothing like this French version from 1963. Powered by a 101 hp six-cylinder engine, the two-door hardtop has 45,000 miles on the odometer and a fresh coat of paint.
One of the authentic vehicles that helped liberate France, this Dodge 4x4 stayed behind after the war to serve post-war Europe and was restored to its original condition and American livery by Carabinieri Corps of the Principality of Monaco in 1985.
Certainly one of the only pickup trucks in the world that has a royal pedigree, the fold-down rear seat on this Model T is suitable for carrying heads of state or heads of lettuce.
Purchased in Denmark by Prince Rainier himself, this two-door drop top Plymouth looks perfect for rides along the Mediterranean coast.
U.S. gems in the mix.