Vintage Cars are well known for their luxurious flair and high value. Here you can find a selection of the rarest, most desirable, and extraordinary vintage cars of all time. Every single car in this list was pioneering in its day. Stay with us and be inspired by these beauties!
“These weren’t people cars; these were cars at the absolute cutting edge of technical possibilities.”
Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B MM Spider, 1938
1938 was a key season for Alfa Romeo because it was the year the company returned to motor racing. Designed for this season, the Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B MM Spider has only is an exclusive edition of 5 vintage cars. This car was driven by Clemente Biondetti, the winner of that year’s race.
Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR “Uhlenhaut Coupé”, 1955
Designed by Rudolf Uhlenhaut as a coupé version of the 300 SLR race car, the Uhlenhaut Coupé was the fastest road car of its day. This vintage car was developed for the track but never competed so, as a result, only two examples of the coupé were ever produced. The characteristic of this car is that it is distinctive for its “gullwing” doors, which open upward and outward.
Ferrari 290 MM, 1956
One of the most beautiful vintage cars of all rimes, this Ferrari is, as well, one of the rarest. With only four of these cars were ever built, this particular one was driven by Juan Manuel Fangio in 1956, where it placed fourth.
Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa, 1957
The Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa was a controversial car, due to its low-slung aerodynamic form. However, this lightweight body was key to the car’s competitiveness. There were 34 of these cars produced, and this one was the winner of the 1959 Buenos Aires event.
Shelby 427 Cobra S/C, 1966
Shelby had originally planned to race his 427 Cobra in the 1965 season, but as production was slow, he failed. This vintage car is one of the most powerful, dangerous, visceral, road cars you can ever imagine. This example is one of the few that still remain in good condition.
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Lamborghini Miura P400 SVJ, 1971
As a result of its transversely mid-mounted 60° V12 engine, this vintage car made headlines when it was launched in 1965. Even though the Lamborghini Miura never made it to the track it caught the attention of several car collectors. There were only 4 examples ever produced.
McLaren F1 LM, 1995
Combining high-tech materials with distinctive butterfly doors, the McLaren F1 is a true supercar. Still considered today one of the most important car designs in history, this vintage car sets all precedents in terms of design and engineering. Only five of this model were created, and all feature a tribute to Bruce McLaren’s original racing colors.
The 1960s Jaguar E-Type is a vintage car once called “the most beautiful car ever made” by Enzo Ferrari. This car’s motor engine still can perform up to 150 m.p.h. and brakes better than most cars from its era. Located at the Jaguar Heritage Driving Experience, this vintage car is available for a day of driving.
Showing the rest of the world that supercar specs and daily-driver manners could co-exist, the NSX vintage car is not as appealing as its European rivals. Considered one of the most underrated cars in the vintage car world, NSX has now a successor that will inspire interest in the original.
Dodge Viper GTS
At 450 horsepower, the V10 Dodge Viper GTS of the 1990s could not be built today. Without anti-lock brakes or traction control to correct driver error, this vintage car is just a fantastic experience. This car can be found through a collector vehicle auction house.