If you're just joining us, the Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona, is in full swing. The goal is to track the trucks and SUVS sold each day, putting them in order from most expensive to least expensive per each of the six auction days.

Our list for Wednesday, day 2 of the auction, is topped by a diesel 2012 Ford F-350 designed by Chip Foose that sold for $200,000. Now, before you freak out, this was a charity truck benefiting three SEMA Cares charities. Truly topping the chart is a half-ton WW2 1941 Dodge 4X4 Pickup that sold for $82,500 – would you have guessed? With original military production numbers on the hood and Super Swampers on the front and rear, it’s certainly not the daintiest of the group. Next is a two-tone ’56 Ford F-100 that sold for $58,300 and then a ’55 F-100 that ironically went for $55,000. Also falling in at $55,000 was a ’55 GMC armored truck. Wouldn’t that be a fun ride! A slammed ’74 Volkswagen Thing sold for $25,300 (and yes, they laid it out on the auction block), and a beloved ’82 Toyota mini truck went for $4,620. Barrett-Jackson isn’t just for six-figure vehicles!

Feast your eyes on the rest of the pack!