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The World’s Most Expensive Classic Cars

27 Mar 2011 - 21:27 WIB

The world’s most expensive classic cars — Have you read the previous Mixnews article that discusses the Sophisticated and Fastest Car in 2010? This time Mixnews back will return to discuss about the automotive world, the subject of the world’s most expensive classic cars.

In this world, there are a few classic cars that cost soaring. Maybe the cars are old, but since antiquity and rarity, the price of cars is soaring. Let’s look at some of the world’s most expensive classic cars.

6. 1937 Bugatti Type 57S - $ 4.4 million:

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1937 Bugatti Type 57S Atalante was originally purchased by the Earl Howe Bugatti a month after leaving work. During the 8 years that he has a car, Howe added a new bumper, luggage rack and rearview mirror. He then brought up to specification with the addition of supercharger K200 SC Marshall by subsequent owners, JP Tingay. Finally, the car went into the hands of Lord Ridley, who have it for a year before selling it to Dr. Carr.

5. 007 Aston Martin DB5 - $ 5 - $ 10 million:

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Additional unusual to the list of most expensive cars in the world classic, this 1964 Aston Martin DB5 has several unique features, and this car is one of two DB5 driven by Sean Connery 007 legendary actor in the film “Goldfinger,” complete with gun engine in the vehicle.

4. 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder - $ 10.8 million:

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Sales in May 2008 at the RM Auctions / Sotheby ’s Ferrari Legend and Passion Auctions, Ferrari 250 GT is owned by former Magnificent Seven star James Coburn for twenty-five years. During that time, Coburn will test the ability to resist Steve McQueen and James Garner. In fact, one of the newest line of Ferrari, also designed by Pininfarina, has been named “California” to respect the car Coburn.

3. 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa - $ 12.4 million:

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Ferrari 250 TR famous for having won ten of the nineteen races held between 1958 and 1961.

This particular TR won the 4th position when driven by Piero Drogo in Buenos Aires 1000 km in January 1958. Drogo driving once again, in the Grand Prix of Cuba, before he sold it to America, driven by Alan Conell in nine races and spend most time in 1 or 2 places in the class. This is shown in twelve races over between 1960 and 1963, making it one of the fastest Ferrari of all time.

2. 1934 “Star of India” Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental - $ 13 million:

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Hans-Gnther Zach, owner of Rolls-Royce museum in Germany, is selling his entire collection including the acquisition of premier museum, Star India.

Rolls Royce is one of 281 Phantom II Continental has ever produced. Built for the Maharajah Rajkot, one feature kustomnya is 14 lights, a pair of them change in accordance with the steering wheel. Also interesting is the Star of India is aluminum color combination orange-over.

1. Peter D. Williamson Bugatti Type 57S Atlantic - $ 30 - $ 40 million:

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If you think Bugatti Type 57S above expensive, then check out this phenomenal car. Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic is based on the concept car “Arolithe”. Only 4 cars like this are made??, and only 2 survived to this day.

That’s 6 types of the world’s most expensive classic cars. Maybe for the classic car collector, a high price is not a problem, provided they can add a collection of classic cars that they want. Of the 6 species of the world’s most expensive classic car, the Bugatti Type 57S Atlantic occupied the number 1 in the list of the world’s most expensive classic cars. (Read also interesting info about cars on : Flying Car At The End of 2011).


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