The week started off well for BMW fans with the release of the redesigned 3-series wagon. The fifth-generation wagon is expected to reach the States in 2013. RM Monaco raked in more than $43 million in sales over the weekend. Six lots brought more than $2 million, and 10 more than $1 million. A 1957 Ferrari 625 TRC Spider topped the list with a sale price of $6,469,848. For more details, click here. After last week\'s loss of automotive legend Carroll Shelby, Autoweek contributor Denise McCluggage tells her personal story and experiences with the Texan. In her piece, go behind the scenes to see a side of Shelby only few were fortunate enough to see. The Taylor Lynn Foundation showed the public its donated McLaren MP4-12C that will run in the goldRush Rally this June. The foundation has teamed up with the rally to help raise money to encourage the entrepreneurial and benevolent spirit in less-than-fortunate kids. In a throwback to the Camaro of yesteryears, Barry Winfield caught up with SLP and its 2012 Chevrolet Camaro Panther 600. Looking to upgrade your late-model Camaro? Take a look at this SLP package and decide for yourself. Because who wouldn\'t love a 600-hp Camaro? If you wonder what it\'s like to live with a Porsche 991 911? Well, look no further that Autoweek contributor Ronan McGrath\'s write-up about his Porsche experience. With a garage that contains a 3.6 and 3.8 997 RS, you can rest easy knowing he knows his Porsches. The Chevrolet SS, the brand\'s return to a performance-esque sedan, will come from Australian subsidiary Holden. Chevy also said the SS will be used for the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup teams, debuting at the 2013 Daytona 500.