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SWEETEST CARS IN THE WORLD

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1. Ferrari 250 GTO (1963)

A myth with over 50 years of age, the most coveted and most mythical Ferrari is still as sexy! If you intend to offer you this little gem, he’ll put his hand to the portfolio. Each copy costs about EUR 20 million! What cool some of you.

2. Jaguar Type – E series 1 (1964)

Revolutionizing the automotive landscape. Revolutionary at its time, especially by its speed, this model will have to quickly evolve to marry forms and standards dictated by the road safety of the United States.

3. Chevrolet Corvette C2 Sting-Ray (1963)

Exceptional year because the corvettes have a double window to rear. The Corvette was already in his time a little futuristic taste with its unusual rear windows. Sports car by excellence, our fifties Corvette alias ‘Sting Ray’ is ‘The’ Corvette by excellence.

Strong real prestige and a huge Côte d’amour, the Corvette C2, like the Porsche 911, became a racing legend.

4. Bugatti 57 SC Atlantic (1937)

Only 3 copies in the world. Body riveted. The Bugatti 57SC Atlantic is part of the most exclusive and unusual sport coupes ever built. If you have the chance to have it in your collection, keep it well because it is one of the most expensive vintage cars of today. The Bugatti 57SC Atlantic is an icon. It is one of the sports cars the most elegant and prestigious of the history of the automobile. Designed by Jean Bugatti, this model has been able to reflect the avant-garde style of the 1930s in the language of forms of bodywork Bugatti.

5. Jaguar F-Type (2014)

A jewel of design and a little more contemporary, the Jaguar F-Type (2014), is ideal for walks along the seaside! Imagine you hair in the wind, alone in the middle of the road, what a pleasure! Phil Popham, the marketing director of the group, evokes this model in a more positive way: “the F-Type Cup provides its driver a unique sports car experience. It combines an attractive design with cutting-edge technology and performance that are truly breathtaking. Commitment, precision, intuitive and… living, this is what it is truly our Sports Coupe,”he said.

6. Maserati Ghibli (1967)

The 1960s marked the beginning of the confrontation between Ferrari and Lamborghini. Maserati was not left out, while offering a different character. What makes the difference of the Ghibli, its quite dramatic lines and its low ride height. Inside, all food is prohibited since the cockpit is mostly composed of suede and leather. Refinement and luxury are two words that best designate the Ghibli inside.

7. Mercedes 300SL Butterfly (1955)

Model car to two cut squares and German car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz convertible, this pretty Butterfly was conceived and designed by designer Friedrich Geiger, the father of Mercedes-Benz 540 K Mercedes-Benz 300SL, including.

This nice car that seems straight out of the movie the 5th element (without wheels!), was sold in 2012 at auction for the tidy sum of 4.65 million dollars excluding taxes. The crisis? Collectors do not know! Why so expensive you say while there are 1,000 copies? And well, this is one of the only models with an aluminum body.

8. Porsche 356 Speedster (1957)

The Porsche 356 Speedster comes from the line of the Porsche 356, first car of the Porsche brand. The creation of the 356 “Speedster” version, was made at the request of Max Hoffman, the Porsche of United States importer who wanted a less expensive and more sleek version. In 2011, automotive experts believe that it is only half of 76 000 copies made of the Porsche 356.

9. Lamborghini Miura (1968)

The Lamborghini Miura is one of the first series cars equipped with a central-rear engine, it has become one of the major models of the history of the automobile.

10. Toyota 2000 GT (1963)

This sporty is rare, the realized production was only 351 models. It is estimated that in there were only 115 of exported including 58 in the USA, 25 in Europe and 9 in Australia. Popularized by its appearance in a “James Bond”, a model was sold at auction for nearly 900,000 euros in 2013.

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