IT’S enough to make Chris Evans spontaneously combust – a collection of Ferraris over 50 years worth £14MILLION.

This 13-strong fleet of Ferraris (is there a collective name for a bunch of Ferraris?) is enough to make even the most lavishly rich punter drool.

And all these Prancing Horses are up for grabs.

But if you want one, we suggest getting your Lottery numbers on as soon as possible.

The most vintage in the collection is a simply jaw-dropping silver which is regarded as one of the Italian firm’s prettiest and most iconic models.

Ferrari 250 GT SWB from 1961

Ferrari 250 GT SWB from 1961

Known as 2985 GT, the 250 SWB is the most valuable sports car in the collection and is set to fetch as much as £7.5 million ($10m) next month.

A California version of this beautiful model previously sold for £14.4million.

Joining the 250 GT SWB is another famous 60s Ferrari – the 275 GTB/4 Berlinetta.

The red sports car, which is capable of more than 150mph, is set to sell £2.5 million.

Ferrari models are some of the most expensive in history, accounting for seven of the top 10 priciest models ever sold at auction.

A 1991 Ferrari F40, which is famously the first production car to crack 200mph, should sell for more than £1 million.

The 1991 Ferrari F40

The 1991 Ferrari F40

And this classic model on sale has been driven just 2,800 miles in 26 years.

There are a host of newer models as part of the collection, too, with the five post-2000 models expected to fetch a combined £1.7million.

The ‘Ferrari Performance Collection’, which includes models from the 1960s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s and 10s, will be sold in individual lots by RM Sotheby’s at its Pebble Beach auction in California over the weekend of August 18/19.

We expect Ferrari-loving Radio 2 host Evans to be on the plane to LA…