4. Rolls-Royce 15 HP
If you want to know how old this car is: when this was built, 15 horsepower was considered a powerhouse. It was built in the wonderful year of 1904, and it was in fact the first ever Rolls-Royce. A modest 6 of these were made and insurance companies value them at $35 million each. Because it’s the first Rolls-Royce. What did you expect?
3. 1954 Oldsmobile F-88
The F-88, not to be confused with the F-18 fighter jet, is a 250 horsepower jewel from the 50s. Only 4 of these were made, and naturally they cost a whopping $3.5 million in today’s collector’s market. Pretty sure you could barter for a discount if you buy the four part set and get ‘em all for 12 million. The car shared the early Chevrolet Corvette chassis and the idea of a lightweight fiberglass body. The Olds is a definite head turner!
2. Aston Martin Bulldog
The reason this car is one of the rarest in the world is quite obvious: only one was ever made. The original plan was to build 25, but my original plan was to be a productive member of society. I think the Bulldog served as the inspiration for the later production car by John DeLoren with his DMC-12; over 8,000 DeLorens were produced. I can see how plans sometimes fall short of expectations – the Bulldog was amazing. If you want the Aston Martin Bulldog, it’ll cost you $1.3 million. Unless its owner wants to ask more, because he can pretty much ask whatever the hell he wants, can’t he?
1. Ferrari 250 GT Spyder
Now how do you become a rarer car than a car of which only one was made? Pretty damn easy: only one Ferrari 250 GT Spyder was made and it costs a whole lot more. Instead of the $1.3 million the Bulldog would cost you, this red beauty will cost you $10 million. Which means you can’t afford it – kinda impacts my lunch money too.