The right car can be invaluable to the right collector and rare cars can fetch a fortune. What makes a car rare? It may be the age, a distinctive design or the number of models produced, whatever the reason these cars are extremely desirable and highly sought after. Let’s take a closer look…
The Sultan of Brunei has a massive net worth, estimated to be in the range of $ 20 billion and owns the world’s largest palace and the largest private collection of cars. Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah has been head of state since 1967 and to say that Bolkiah’s collection of cars is outrageous is an understatement, as by some estimates the collection comprises of around 7000 vehicles!
The 87th annual Geneva International Motor Show is just around the corner, exciting stuff for car enthusiasts around the world. The Geneva show will take place from the 9th to the 29th of March at the Geneva Palexpo and is considered to be one of the most important yearly motoring events.
Let’s take a closer look at what we can expect from the highly anticipated event…
Since Karl Benz built his first car in 1885, automobiles have been consistently evolving. Each passing decade brings with it a different look and feel, as moods and needs change, so do cars. In celebration of this astounding evolution, we are pleased to present you with our picks for the best-looking cars from each decade of the 20th century!
In 2014 a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO was sold at a Bonhams auction for a mammoth 38.1 million USD. Ferrari produced only 39 of these cars, which were designed to race and are the world’s most wanted cars. Capable of reaching 60mph in 6 seconds, the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO is a gorgeous piece of extremely rare machinery and now there is one on the open market.
Each year, automakers and car enthusiasts around the world gather together to showcase and explore the industry’s most current and exciting innovations. Auto shows provide brands with the opportunity to premier exciting new releases to the public and offer information about the future of the industry.