The Most Expensive Cars Top 10

21 07 2009


1 .- Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa de 1957

$ 12,000,000 Dolls.

Ferrari breaks record price at auction, this time the car in question was highly coveted Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa 1957, which was sold at 9,020,000 euros, equivalent to more than $ 12 million. The scenario could not be more appropriate: Maranello, the home of cavallino rampant in the “Ferrari Leggenda e Passione”.

Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa de 1957

2 .- Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder de 1961

$ 10,894,400 Dolls.

Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder 1961, was the owner of the Oscar winner James Coburn. Was auctioned by RM Auctions for $ 10,894,400 in May 2008 and acquired by the British radio presenter Chris Evans.

1961 Ferrari 250 Gt California Spyder

3 .- Bugatti Type 41 1930

$ 10,000,000 Dlls.

This Bugatti Type 41 Royale was the brainchild of Ettore Bugatti–and also a hugely expensive misstep in the history of his firm. In the 1920s, Bugatti was expecting to get a contract from the French military to build 16-cylinder aircraft engines. The contract never materialized, but Bugatti felt he could use half that engine, a straight eight, to form one of the most amazing luxury cars in history.

1930 Bugatti Type 41 Royale

4 .- Ferrari 330 TRI/LM 1962

$ 9,281,250 Dlls.

Built to race the 24 Hours of Le Mans 1962. It is the last of the saga of Ferrari Testa Rossa and the front engine sports prototypes. With Ferrari he won his sixth victory in the prestigious race. It was Ferrari’s response to the new category-experimental prototype approved by the Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO) which governs the 24 Hours of Le Mans) for the year 1962.

Ferrari 330 TRI-LM

5 .-Mercedes-Benz 540K Special 1937

$ 8,252,201 Dlls.

Owned by Bernie Ecclestone during the auction held yesterday in Battersea Park in London. It was one of 50 classic cars to the F1 mogul took to his garage to put under the hammer bid. This makes this car in the Mercedes in which more money has been paid in an auction.

1937 MercedesBenz 540K Special Roadster

6 .- Auto Union D-Type R 1938

$ 8,000,000 Dolls.

The life of the Auto Union D-Type R “silver arrow” is very curious and worthy of starring in a novel. Hitler, who had commissioned a year earlier, was transferred in 1939 to his friend, the pilot Hans Stuck, to compete in several races of the season. What’s curious is that after the war the car remained missing for more than 50 years, until a fan of the Vintage cars, Karassik Paul gave to his whereabouts to somewhere in Europe of the former Iron Curtain.

Auto Union D-Type R Hitler

7 .- Bugatti Type 57SC Atalante Coupe 1937

$ 7,920,000 Dlls.

Sold for $7.92 million at Gooding & Co.’s auto auction during the annual Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

Bugatti Type 57SC-Atalante Coupe 1937

8 .- Mercedes-Benz 38/250 SSK 1929

$ 7,443,070 Dlls.

The company has achieved the silver star to place another of his models in the Top Ten: The Mercedes-Benz 38/250 SSK, which were manufactured during the worldwide economic depression in 1929. This beauty has a price of 7 million 443 thousand 70 dollars.

Mercedes Benz 38-250 1929

9 .- Rolls-Royce 10HP

$ 7,254,290

The blood is represented by the British Rolls-Royce 10hp 1904, one of the diamonds from the automotive industry. It has an estimated 7 million 254 thousand 290 dollars.

1904 Rolls-Royce-10hp

10 .- Ferrari 250 LM 1962

$ 6,979,000 Dlls.

The Ferrari 250 GTO was a sports car that Ferrari made for racing in the early 1960s. The numerical part of its name denotes the displacement in cubic centimeters of each cylinder of the engine, whilst GTO stands for “Gran Turismo Omologato”, Italian for “Grand Touring Homologated.”

Ferrari 250lm 1962




One response

16 02 2010

The Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder de 1961 is an amazing car but it is not worth $10,894,400 but that my oppion!

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