Classic Cars Magazine 24 Most Valuable Cars

Discussion in 'Classic Cars' started by tdc911, Sep 21, 2004.

  1. Prices in Million Pounds
    1.75 1964 James Bond Aston Martin DB5
    1957 ex-Fangio Maserati 250F
    2.00 1967 Ferrari 275 GTS/4 Spider NART
    1964/1965 Ferrari 250 LM
    2.50 1961 Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato
    1962 Aston Martin Project 212/214/215
    1971 Porsche 917K
    2.75 1955 Jaguar D-Type
    1937 Mercedes-Benz 540K Special Roadster
    3.00 1965 Shelby Cobra Daytona
    1930 Bentley 4 and a half litre 'Blower'
    1933 Bugatti Type 59 GP
    1959 Aston Martin DBR1
    5.50 1960 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa
    1928-1932 Mercedes-Benz SSK
    6.00 1967 Ferrari 330 P4
    6.50 1937 Mercedes-Benz W125GP
    1935 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic
    7.00 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO
    8.00 1954 Mercedes-Benz W196 GO
    8.50 1938 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Spider Corsa
    9.00 1930 Bugatti Type 41 Royale
    13.5 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR 'Uhlenhaut' Coupe
    15.0 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Roadster
  2. whats the current rate of the pound in € ?
    I need to convert it otherwise i dont have a clue
  3. are these esimated prices or were they actually sold for those amounts?
    i always thought the bugatti royale was the most expensive car ever sold
  4. They are esimated values but I guess previous auction results and private sales would be entered into the equation. Obviously this list is open to conjecture, there are some obvious absenses and prices are clearly debatable.
  5. is it mentioned why each of these cars cost that much in the article, is it possible to scan the article ??
  6. The P4 is a bargain ! Id rather have that than a GTO !
  7. i thought the 917k worth more
  8. They are definately worth more (but aren't all Porsches). The price that a 917 demands depends mainly on its provenance/history. The major race winners (read Le Mans) would be priced higher but generally the rest of the 917s are demanding substantially less than the 2.5 million pounds.
  9. Read the sidebar.
  10. 917K without no particular history go for 1.5M$ no ??

  11. 917K without no particular history go for 1.5M$ no ??

  12. Probably a little bit more but around that mark. Every 917 has some history in one way or another.
  13. Can you post the whole article?
  14. any idea if there was ever a more expensive car sold at auction then the royale...?
    and i'd also rather have a P3/4 than a 250GTO. but i believe GTO's will never again gain the excessive prices they had in the 80's.
    i wonder what price the last sold GTO got

    anyway, nice thread tdc911. could easily become an interesting discussion!
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  15. tdc, is it possible to post the whole article ???
  16. I'll try and post the whole article tomorrow. BTW did you get this magazine?
  17. Didn't freaking load.
  18. These cars are only worth what people who love them want to pay for them. In my mind, a '70 Hemi Cuda is worth way more than all of 'em. This is a just a large pissing contest over who can spend the most money on somethin. I'd rather have the 45,000 dollar "ordinary" hemi cuda, and a nice house and a nice boat, than pay 1,000,000 dollars for a car that cost $4,000 when it was built!
  19. Now a lot of Hemis are pushing and surpassing the $1,000,000 mark.
  20. My point exactly, do you see hobo's biddin on 'em? Nope. Just millionares like Leno who collect 'em and show them off. That's at least better than a slow junkyard death.
  21. Maybe you entered the wrong forum... do you understand "rarity value"?
  22. Is it possible for you to post the cover story?? I'm a HUGE Miura fan and would be eternaly thankful
  23. the last one that changed hands was in the beginning of this year
    it was 3445GT and it was sold for less then US$ 6 million
  24. ok, thanks for the info
    i already thought you'd know this.

    btw, check your PM please
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  25. euhm
    pm says there's nothing there

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