The world’s most expensive classic car top10
- 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider-Price: $18.5 million
If I told you that this $18.5 million car was accidentally found in an abandoned barn, what would you think? A French transportation giant named Roger Baillon acquired a huge piece of land and discovered that some old cars would be crushed when the barn was demolished. What surprised him during the inspection was that he found about 100 rare cars that he wanted to display in his private museum. 59 cars are already on sale, one of which is this exquisite 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider, which sells for up to $18.5 million.
- 1939 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Lungo Spider-Price: $19.8 million
1939 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Lungo Spider, this is the ultimate Italian luxury car of this generation. Let’s see! amazing! This particular car is considered to be one of the 7 best ever built and was originally shipped to Argentina to escape the war. The parts are scattered and it will take years to reassemble it to its original condition. The auction was finally held in 2016, and the price was slightly less than 20 million.
- 1931 Bugatti Royale Kellner Coupe-Value: 20.6 million US dollars
In 1931, the Bugatti Royal Kellner Coupe, this car was worth 20.6 million US dollars, but the actual price was only 9.8 million US dollars. So how is its value calculated? You see, someone paid $9.8 million for it in 1987, yes… more than 30 years ago. Just by adjusting the amount of inflation, we will eventually exceed 20 million US dollars, regardless of the appreciation value of the car itself, because it has attracted the interest of many collectors in the past few years. The 1931 Bugatti Royal Kellner Coupe looks like the ultimate symbol of class and royalty.
- 1955 Jaguar D-Type-Price: US$21.8 million
In 1955 Jaguar D-Type, no one can deny that the Jaguar D-Type is one of the most noteworthy cars of all time. Through innovation and design, Jaguar won the Le Mans race in 1955, 1956 and 1957. This particular car was the champion of the 1956 24 Hours of Le Mans. It defeated the Aston Martin team considered the most popular at the time. This car completed more than 4000 kilometers (with an average speed of 168 kilometers per hour. Apart from this, the car was almost in perfect condition.
- 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale-Price: $26.4 million
1964 Ferrari 275 GTB / C Speciale, the price of this car has been rising every year in the past few years. This is because, in fact, there are only 3 of this car, and it is handmade by Ferrari. Yes, that’s right, these cars are handmade and assembled piece by piece into a collectible holy grail. The other two are unlikely to go on sale anytime soon, so collectors waited in line for this incredible car.
- 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4*S N.A.R.T. Spider-Price: US$27.5 million
1967 Ferrari 275 GTB / 4 * S NART Spider, with this special 1967 Ferrari 275, we have entered the world’s top 5 most expensive classic cars. At the special request of the largest importer in North America, Ferrari manufactured 10 convertible 275s. People were crazy about it back then, didn’t they? For those who know that NART represents the North American racing team. Designed by former Le Mans champion Luigi Chinetti. He believed that the convertible would cause more demand, so he ordered 25 cars from Ferrari. Due to disagreements, only 10 of the car were sold to Luigi.
- 1956 Ferrari 290 MM-Price: 28 million US dollars
1956 Ferrari 290 MM, this car was built for a Formula One driver named Juan Manuel Fangio (Juan Manuel Fangio), considered by many to be the greatest in history One of the Fromula One racers. Only four 290 MM cars were built. Although this car had a long racing career, it never crashed until 1964. After it was retired, the car was traded to multiple collectors.
- 1954 Mercedes-Benz W196-Price: 29.6 million US dollars
1954 Mercedes-Benz W196, let us figure it out. This is currently the most expensive Mercedes-Benz car in the world. This car made history. What do you think is the value of owning a part of car history? Some people might say priceless…and others… say 29.6 million dollars. When it was sold in 2013, it immediately became the most expensive car in existence. This special car was driven by Juan Manuel Fangio. Winning 9 of the 12 races on the Grand-Prix circuit in 1954, Grand-Prix became one of the most important races in the history of the car! In addition, only 10 vehicles left the factory, which added to its value. It was also one of the fastest cars in the world at the time!
- 1957 Ferrari 335S-Price: 35.7 million US dollars
The 1957 Ferrari 335S may be one of the most beautiful cars ever. If you disagree, we will judge that your taste for high-end cars is not high enough. . . Only four Ferrari 335 S Spider Scagliettis were produced at the time. This one has been in the hands of a French private collector for more than 40 years, and collectors lined up to take photos of it.
1.1962 Ferrari 250 GTO-Price: 38.1 million US dollars
1962 Ferrari 250 GTO, the most expensive car in the world was the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO, which was sold at the Boham’s Lodge auction for $38.1 million! As the most expensive car in the world, we hope to learn more about its history. This particular car is the 19th 250 GTO manufactured by Ferrari, which was specially built for the 1962 Tour de France. Experienced French driver Jo Schlesser succeeded in finishing second and became part of the history of the car. But the car did not become Henri Oreiller’s lucky charm, and crashed the car later in the same year during a race near Paris in Montlhéry.