5 Rarest Vintage Cars In The World
The motorcar has a rich and interesting history that dates back more than a century. During the progress of the motorcar, some have been made that stand out or maybe hard to acquire because only a few of a particular model was ever made. These are the type of things that make a car more valuable than it would normally cost under different circumstances. Obviously there are also other criteria, however, take a look at these 5 rare cars that still exist.
#5 Porsche 916
The Porsche 916 is a very sought after car that didn’t make it into many hands because of its price at that time. The car was made in 1972 with 11 models being produced, it is said only one made it to North America and it can be found in the Automobile Atlanta Museum in Georgia.
#4 1954 Oldsmobile F-88
This 1954 Oldsmobile F-88 is a gem of a car that is loved by many a car enthusiast. The car is one of only four ever produced, something that raises the value of these cars. One of these cars can be viewed at the Gateway Colorado Automobile Museum if you are into classic cars.
#3 Ferrari 250 GT Spyder Convertible
The Ferrari 250 GT Spyder Convertible was manufactured in the early 1950s to late 1950s and is a rare breed indeed. This is a one of kind model and could possibly sell for more than the $10 million that is supposed as a price tag. Considering its Ferrari and many car lovers did this brand I do agree.
#2 1921 Helica de Leyat
The 1921 Helica de Leyat is a very starnge looking car that may fool many into thinking its a plane of some sort. The car was ofetn called the plane without wings and a few still exist but are never available for sale by their owners. It is believed one would fetch a very good price if an owner was to sell one.
#1 Rolls-Royce 15 hp
The Rolls-Royce 15 hp is the most expensive car on this list. This model was the first type to be built with only 6 ever being produced. It is believed it is the only one still in existence which makes it not only rare but very valuable.
These cars are definitely collectors items as you don’t sell vehicles at those prices everyday. I found it interesting what gives a car its value and equally amazed that anyone would be willing to pay such a high price. Certainly owning one of these cars aren’t for the faint of heart or one with a shallow pocket.