Top 10 Most Expensive Rare Cars Of All Time
Some cars are incredible expensive investments. Be warned, though, they’re certain to give you some serious car envy. Here are ten of the most expensive rare cars of all time.
Be Amazed at these most expensive rare cars ever! 1939 Alfa Romero 8C - The ultimate sports car of its generation, this 1939 beauty from Alfa Romeo is one of only 12 ever made, which is probably why it sold for $19,800,000 in 2016. Ferrari LaFerrari - Cars don’t always have to be vintage to be worth a stack of dollars, as Ferrari proved in 2016. Ford GT40 Gulf - Most of the cars in this list come from Europe, but this beauty comes from the good old U.S of A. 1955 Jaguar D-Type - Move over USA, the Brits are proving to be almighty at producing classic sports cars: this Jaguar’s 1955 D-Type, for instance, sold for an incredible $21,780,000 at RM Sotheby’s.
Ferrari 275 GTB- The first of many vintage Ferraris in this list is the 275 GTB series. There were only 970 produced in total, so it’s quite rare for one to come up for sale. 1956 Ferrari 290 MM - Sold in New York in 2015 for $28,050,000 as part of RM Sotheby’s ‘Driven by Disruption’ sale, this 1956 beauty is one of Ferrari’s most expensive cars to sell at auction. 1954 Mercedes-Benz W196 Silver Arrow - This legendary Formula One race car is every motorsport fan’s dream, because it was actually driven to wins by Argentinian Formula One racing legend Juan Manuel Fangio. 1957 Ferrari 335S - More from Ferrari now, with the 335S. Sold in Paris in 2016 for $35,711,359, this two-seater sports racing car remains one of the rarest and most expensive cars on the market. Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic - Number 1 is this rarer than rare black beauty from Bugatti. There were only four of them ever made, and only two have survived to this day. Ferrari 250 GTO - Which 250 GTO, you ask? Well, all of them actually. An incredible 41 models from the series claim a place on the list of the 100 most expensive cars ever sold at auction, so the entire range deserves a mention.