To be honest, we are a bit bored with all the new generation of cars. Where did all the character and pizzazz of the good old days go? The truth is that this was not always the case. As a matter of fact, you should take a look at some of the best car designs came out in the ‘60s. You see, it was a very innovative time in the world of automobiles. We were introduced to a lot of muscle cars, pony cars, and economy vehicles during this period. The luxury car scene was not afraid to try new things either! These models redefined what it meant to be a car owner. Trust us, you will turn green with envy once you see how cool these designs are!
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
In the ‘60s, the Camaro became famous not just for its speed but also for its power. Dick Harrell was the drag racer who came up with it. Made for drag racing, it was equipped with a 427 cu in a V8 engine known as the ZL1. This powertrain gave this car as much power as it needed to become one of the best muscle cars in the United States. Another thing that makes it so special is its rarity. After all, Chevrolet only made 69 copies of this car! We are sure that you can see why this has become so popular.
1961 Lincoln Continental Convertible
The 1961 Lincoln Continental Convertible boasted a convertible top and trademark suicide doors. This was one of the most unique cars to ever hit the market. However, engineers stumbled into a huge setback while they were working on its design. As they were examining the back seats, they kept kicking the rear doors. In an effort to solve this, they hinged the doors from the rear. This was how the iconic doors to be. It was the first American vehicle that came with a two-year, 24,000-mile warranty.
1963 Buick Electra 225
In 1962, the Buick Electra got a major makeover. There was only one thing about it that did not change – the signature “ventiports” of the company! Below the hood, it came with a 401 cubic-inch V8 engine that made it even more powerful. At the time, no one minded the lower MPG since gas cost around 31 cents per gallon. Buick kept the Electra in its lineup for over three decades and offered different body styles: sedan, coupe, station wagon, and convertible. In 1991, it was replaced with the Park Avenue.
1966 Ford Thunderbird Convertible
Ford first introduced the Thunderbird in 1955. If you are a car lover, there is a good chance that your favorite one was the 1966 version. Its rear turn signals were integrated with the rear lighting system. They worked together and went well with the “low-slung styling” of the car. The Thunderbird was not really marketed as sporty. It was actually one of the first personal luxury offerings by the company. It was a luxurious convertible that was even featured in a 1991 movie called Thelma & Louise.
1968 Plymouth Roadrunner Hemi
Make all the Looney Tunes jokes that you want. It would not change the fact that the Roadrunner Hemi is all about business. In the late ‘60s, it became a popular muscle car choice because it offered a back-to-basics package with everything that you could possibly want in a muscle car. The automaker marketed it for its performance and pretty much put styling intricacies on the sad. “Added options” to the interior was an alien concept to this car. Fun fact: Plymouth paid Warner Bros. $50,000 to use the name!
1967 Chevy Chevelle
If you are a fan of Chevy, we bet that you are particularly in love with two versions of the Chevelle: 1967 and 1970. The latter, as shown below, was a revamped model. Its brochure said, “What you’ll see inside will probably bring on a severe compulsion to go driving.” This version came with a new dual master cylinder brake system that had front disc brakes. It had a redesigned rear and 14” wheels to go with these changes. Many thought it defined the muscle car era. The 1967 version was also a good-looking beast!
1969 Ford Mustang 428 Cobra Jet
Ford introduced an upgraded version of its beloved Mustang in 1969. We are talking about none other than the Mustang Cobra Jet! It was known as the model that could give the Camaro and Firebird a run for their money. It was equipped with a 428-ci V8 engine and bigger valve heads than usual. The Cobra Jet could reach up to 410 hp. It was remarkable since it ushered in more interest in the Ford Mustang. Needless to say, the company was able to turn the tide with the introduction of the 428 Cobra Jet.
1965 Shelby GT350
All the 1965 Shelby GT350 units were painted Wimbledon White and decorated with Guardsman Blue rocker stripes. At first, the battery of the car was located in the trunk. Customers complained about the smell of the fumes, so they changed it. This model only came with a single transmission: a four-speed Borg-Warner T10 manual. When it comes to the exhaust system, it had a side-exit dual exhaust and glass pack mufflers. You will have a hard time looking for a fully-equipped Shelby GT350 anywhere right now.
1960 Ferrari 250 PF Cabriolet
Ferrari released the 250 PF Cabriolet in 1960 in its mission to introduce something special to the market. The automaker did not want to simply follow in the footsteps of the other brands. This was the ideal car for touring. It was introduced as a car for people who wanted to take it on a road trip. The cars in the 250 series are known for their 3.0-L Colombo V12 engine that was designed by none other than Gioacchino Colombo. It was eventually discontinued and replaced by the Ferrari 275 and 330 series.
1965 GT K-code Fastback
There was a time when everyone wanted to have a GT K-code Fastback in their own garage. It boasted a high-performance engine that could outrun any other vehicles. We are not surprised to hear just how popular it was! It is interesting to note that Ford took nine months off its warranty. We are sure that the automakers figured out that anyone who drove it would drive it hard and fast! On the order form, the K-code had an optional $276 package. This makes perfect sense to us.
1967 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28
In 1966, GM introduced the first pony car in its lineup. It was an instant hit among customers. GM was even offered to quality it for the TransAm racing series of Club of America. The only thing that GM and Chevy had to do was change the engine to 305 ci. It was a good thing that the automakers were more than glad to do that. Those who bought it on the showroom floor had the privilege of getting it as a two-door or two-plus-two seat. On top of that, they could pick between a straight-6 or V8 engine.
1967 Shelby Cobra 427 Super Snake
While it has a sporty look, you should not be fooled. the Shelby Cobra 427 Super Snake is a muscle car beneath the veneer. In essence, it was a race car modified to be road legal. We are not surprised to see that it has become the most popular car in the series. It came with a V8 Shelby engine and a pair of Paxton superchargers. It could double its output from 427 to 800 hp. This is easily the most powerful car that the company has ever built. This is also the reason it has become one of the rarest muscle cars.
1971 AMC Javelin
If you ask us, the Javelin is one of the most unusual muscle cars out there. AMC made two generations of this model. They introduced the first one in 1968 and the latter version three years later. The biggest option for the engine was a 390-ci 6.4-L four-speed manual with 315 hp. It could go from zero to 60 miles per hour in 6.6 seconds! The top speed is 122 miles per hour. In 1968, AMC made 6,725 of these babies.
1968 BMW 2002
The BMW 2002 paved the way for the company when it comes to its reputation for building combat sporty sedans. Without it, the automaker would not have built the BMW 3 and 4 Series. Whenever BMW offers a small two-door coupe, we can’t help but think back to the 2002 model of this vehicle. The truth is that the car made its debut in 1962, but BMW only applied the two-door coupe design in 1966. The result is a two-door sedan, which served as the basis of the 02 Series.
1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray Coupe
Did you know that the 1963 Sting Ray was the first coupe by Corvette? It came with split rear windows that granted it icon status. This was also the first time that Corvette used hideaway headlights. The model had great acceleration horsepower and has been dubbed a lighter version of the Corvette. More than 20,000 units of this model were built in 1963. This was double the number of the model that came before it. The second generation of this Chevy Corvette sports car was in production from 1963 to 1967.
1960 Chrysler 300F Convertible
The 1960 300F must be the most dynamic version of the Letter series by Chrysler. This was the first in the series to come with a unibody construction, so it was both more rigid and lighter than the preceding models. On top of that, the car came with four-place seating. It also had a full-length center console that came with the power window switches. Another interesting feature of this model would be the front seats, which swiveled outwards when you open the doors. This made it easier to hop in and out!
1969 Dodge Charger Daytona
You might not have known that the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona was the first car to go over 200 mph in the history of NASCAR! It was a very popular car that was mass produced for the public for a year. This was cut short since the 1970 Plymouth Superbird, its successor, was an even bigger hit. The truth was that they were very similar. In fact, they were both so fast that they were later banned by NASCAR.
1961 Jaguar E-Type
It is interesting to look at the car that Enzo Ferrari said was the most gorgeous car ever built. This is a special model. There are only six of them out there! This is the one that you will find at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. It was in production from 1961 to 1975. When it first came out, it came with a 268 hp 3.8-L six-cylinder engine. This helped the car reach its top speed of 150 miles per hour.
1967 Lamborghini Miura
Lambo has reached the top with the help of the 1967 Miura. This was the first mid-engine sports car, as well as the first offering by the company to come with the fighting bull emblem. Can you believe that its engineers built this in their free time? The Miura made its debut at the Geneva Auto Show in 1966. This came with a powerful 3.9-L 350hp V12 engine. Even though it is impressive in many aspects, it did not have the longest run. As a matter of fact, it was only in production from 1966 to 1973.
1962 Morris Garages (MG) MGB
The MGB came out in 1962. It was made to be the successor of the MGA. This was an affordable, fast, and light car that was super desirable back in the day. You might think that it is underpowered since it only had a 1.8-L 95hp four-cylinder engine that had lots of torque. It had a four-speed manual transmission and an optical electric overdrive for the rear wheels. It is probably one of the best-known sports cars in history. We are not surprised to hear that it remains an automotive icon even to this day.
1963 Porsche 911
Porsche introduced the 911 in 1963. Since then, it has earned its position as one of the greatest sports cars in history. It has gone through seven different transformations and continues to be popular in this day and age. The automaker works hard to upgrade this car year after year, only altering it to improve its performance. The mechanical layout of this car is basically the same one that you will find in the first version that was introduced. On top of that, its profile still mimics the 1963 one nearly down to a tee!
1969 Triumph TR6
In reality, the 1969 Triumph TR6 saw more success on the global stage than it did in its home country. The United Kingdom made up a tiny fraction of the total sales for this model! In the United States, this vehicle was fueled by a 2.5-L six-cylinder engine that could produce 104 hp. On the other hand, the English market version of the car could produce up to 150 hp! The rear wheels, on the other hand, was powered by a four-speed all-synchronous manual transmission.
1961 Chrysler 300G Coupe
At the turn of the decade, the Chrysler 300G Coupe got an upgrade. The company made the grille wider at the top, while the headlights were inwardly angled at the bottom. Its fins got sharper, while the rear lights were moved right below them. Below the hood, the cross-ram “long ram” and “short ram” engines stayed the same. However, they got rid of the expensive French manual transmission and replaced it with an even pricier Chrysler racing manual transmission.
1963 Studebaker Avanti
When Studebaker debuted the Avanti, the automaker called it “America’s only four passenger high-performance personal car.” If you ask us, the best thing about it was that it combined performance and safety. It also broke 29 records at the Bonneville Salt Flats. Sadly, the company was unable to deliver quality versions of it to the showroom floor. This is the reason the model was discontinued by the time December 1963 rolled in. Sadly, it was unable to compete with rival models by the time it returned.
1964 Aston Martin DB5 Vantage Coupe
If you are familiar with this car, it probably has something to do with the James Bond flicks. The 1964 Aston Martin DB5 Vantage Coupe is one of our favorite cars in the world. It came out in 1963 as a reimagining of the DB4 Series 5. Its first spy mission was in Goldfinger. The automaker and the movie studio worked together and put two of these on display at the World’s Fair to promote the upcoming film. It looked like it worked! The movie is one of the top-grossing titles in the series.
1966 Oldsmobile Toronado
This personal luxury car was in production from 1966 to 1992. The Toronado has seen four generations. In order to fit into tight spaces, it was equipped with adopted torsion bars for its front suspension. Like other coupes out there, it had elongated doors that made it easier for passengers to go to the rear seats. It did pretty well in terms of sales. In 1966, the company made 40,963 units. It was marketed through TV commercials that feature John “Shorty” Powers, former NASA Project Mercury public affairs officer!
1963 Buick Riviera
The 1963 Buick Riviera comes with a distinctive body shell unique to this marque. That makes it unusual as a GM offering. It was unveiled on October 4, 1962. This vehicle came with the standard Buick V8 engines and a unique variable design twin-turbine automatic transmission. Its suspension followed the standard design of the brand, with a live axle at trailing arms and double wishbones up front. This crisp ground-up concept was introduced to the world as the first unique Riveria design.
1962 Cadillac Coupe De Ville
In the United States, the most popular luxury cars of the ‘60s were made by Cadillac. The Coupe De Ville was among the best cars by the company, which says a lot. If it pulled up, you already know that a VIP just arrived. The model had some of the convenient options that remain in use to this day. Among other things, it had a radio, air conditioning, power seats, and dimming headlines. It was truly ahead of its time!
1964 Pontiac GTO
The 1964 Pontiac GTO deserves credit for the rise of the muscle car. It was originally just an option package of the Tempest, but it became a model of its own a couple of years later. The top of the line model offered 360 hp with 438 ft-lbs of torque. This model bagged the Motor Trend Car of the Year award in 1968. We are truly sad that it failed to stay relevant in the ‘70s. This led Pontiac to discontinue it. In 2004, it was revived for a brief period of time. This version could go as fast as 200 miles per hour!
1965 Chevrolet Impala
In 1965, the Chevy Impala got a complete redesign. This resulted in sales of more than a million copies in the United States! This model was equipped with a sharper-angled windshield and rounded sides. For the transmissions, you could have a two-range Powerglide, Synchro-Mesh 3-speed or 4-speed manual transmissions. Below the hood, you could choose between an inline six-cylinder with small-black or big-block V8 engines. Those who preferred automatic transmission could also go for the three-range Turbo Hydra-Matic or the Mark IV big-block engine. The abundance of options helped it become so famous.
1966 Buick Wildcat
The Buick Wildcat was not a part of the Invicta subseries anymore when it was produced from 1963 to 1970. However, it did launch its very own series. In 1996, the automaker released a Wildcat Gran Sport Performance Group package that was only around for a year. You could order it by picking the “A8/Y4” package. It came with two options for the engine. The regular option was a 425-ci V8 engine, but buyers also had the option to upgrade to a 360 hp dual-carb setup if they were willing to spend more money. Among the 1,244 units built in 1966, only 242 of those were convertible. All the others were hardtops.
1969 Yenko Super Camaro
The Yenko Super Camaro was developed by and named for Don Yenko, a dealership owner and racer. During the release of the original Camaro, it was not allowed to have an engine that was bigger than 400 ci 6.6-L V8 setup. This made it lag behind the other cars at the time. The 1969 model might have come with L72 engines, but the buyer also had the option to go for the Turbo Hydramatic 400 automatic or M-21 four-speed transmission. The company made 201 copies of the 1969 model. It is interesting to note that nearly all of them had been equipped with the latter.
1964 Chevrolet Bel Air
From 1950 to 1981, Chevrolet had the Bel Air in its lineup. The car has gone through a lot of changes over the years. Few of them were introduced to the 1964 version of the car. This was also its fifth generation. The car had a length of 209.9 inches. It had two different 327 CID engines that you could choose from. Even though it mostly stayed the safe as its predecessor, it did see renovations to the trim and sheet metal. On top of that, buyers could add a chrome belt line and a new exterior for $100.
1967 Oldsmobile 442
The Oldsmobile 442 is a muscle car made by Oldsmobile. It was produced between 1964 and 1980. Although it was originally an option package, the car became its own model from 1968 to 1971. The name 442 comes from the original car’s four-barrel carburetor, four-speed manual transmission, and dual exhausts. For the 1968 model, the car had a top speed of 115 MPH with all standard 1968 442 engines painted bronze-copper and topped with a red air cleaner. 1968 was also the last year for the car having vent windows on both hardtops and convertibles.
1966 Toyota 2000GT
You are looking at a limited edition front-engine, two-seat hardtop from Toyota. Did you know that the automaker actually collaborated with Yamaha for this? It was first unveiled at the Toyota Motor Show in 1965. The car went into production from 1967 to 1970. It ended up changing how the world looked at the automotive industry of the Asian country. The 2000GT showed everyone that Japanese companies could make sports cars that were just as good as European ones. This model was even likened to the Porsche 911. When it was still in production, the automaker only made small changes to the original.
1962 Porsche 356B
Austrian carmaker Porsche Holding first made the Porsche 356, a task that was later taken on by the German automaker Porsche. It was first manufactured in 1948, which makes it the first production automobile of the company. This model was lightweight and came equipped with two doors, a rear-wheel drive, and a rear-engine. Buyers could pick between convertible or hardtop as well. The 1962 model went through various changes so that it would end up with a T6 body type and twin-engine lid grills, a bigger rear window, and an external front fuel filler. The 1962 model was also called the “Karmann notchback.”
1960 Dodge Dart
The Dodge Dart was first released in 1960. They were designed as a rival of the Chrysler Plymouth, which has been in production since the ‘30s. They were supposed to be a budget car option that had a Plymouth body. However, this model was offered with three different trim levels: Seneca, Phoenix, and Pioneer. It is pretty impressive to hear that sales for this model surpassed that of other vehicles in the lineup. As you can imagine, it gave the competition a run for its money. Its success even led to the discontinuation of other Dodge models like the Matador.
1969 Maserati Ghibli
The Ghibli is the name of three separate vehicles from Italian automaker Maserati. We are here to talk about the 1969 model, which fell into the AM115 category. It was a powerful grand tourer that was produced between 1966 and 1973. It was a two-door 2+2 car with a V-8 engine. When Sports Car International came up with a list of the Top Sports Cars of the 1960s, it fetched the ninth spot. This car was unveiled at the Turin Motor Show in 1966. Giorgetto Giugiaro had been the one to design it.
1960 Ford Falcon
Ford produced the 1960 Ford Falcon from 1960 to 1970. It was a front-engine six-passenger vehicle that came with different options. For one thing, it was offered as four-door sedans and two-door convertibles alike. The 1960 model came with a 95 hp, 144 CID straight-six engine and a single-barrel carburetor. Aside from that, it was equipped with either a three-speed manual or two-speed Ford-O-Matic automatic transmission. This car performed very well when it hit the market. Not only that, but variations of it had been produced in Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, and Mexico as well.
1960 Austin Mini
The Mini Cooper was one of Britain’s greatest sports cars, a true icon that became the distinctive rally car of the ’60s. Its perfectly small size and great drivability allowed it to maneuver itself around bigger and wider cars. The Mini also had a good combination of pin-sharp steering and superb handling balance, not forget how inexpensive the car really was. It really was one of the most awesome cars to come out of the Swinging Sixties.
1966 Ford GT40
Ford Motor Campany launched The GT40 with the hope to win long-distance sports car races against the legendary car Ferrari. The GT40 managed to break Ferrari’s streak in 1966 and then successfully went on the win the next three annual Le Mans races. The first Ford GT 40 was created in May 1964, and in 1969 the last model year of the GT40 was made – its five-year run had managed to produce 107 cars.
1968 MG B
The 1968 MG B is a two-door sports car that was manufactured by the British Motor Cooperation from 1962 until 1980. When the car was first introduced to the public, it was welcomed with open arms and much excitement. The MG B was capable of 120 mph (193 km/h) and a 0–60 mph time of 10.0 seconds. It was one of the best-looking, enjoyable cars to drive during the 60s.
1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia
One of the most awesome Italian sports cars of the 1960s is the beautiful Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT. It was the very first of the Giulia family of cars to be introduced. If anyone was looking to get their hands on one of these back then, you had to pay roughly $4200.
1967 Lotus Elan
Lotus Elan is the name of two separate ranges of vehicles that were produced Lotus Cars. The first series of cars were produced between 1962 and 1975 as a rear-wheel-drive vehicle. In 2004, Sports Car International named the Elan number 6 on the list of Top Sports Cars of the 1960s. In addition to that, The Elan was largely admired and commended by many customers and reviews, specifically for its excellent handling, road holding, steering, acceleration, braking, and comfort.
1969 Datsun 240Z
Towards the late 1960s, a new car was born – The Nissan S30 (Datsun 240Z) was the first generation of Z GT 3 door, two-seat coupe. It was considered one of the most successful sports cars ever produced. One of the major attractions of the car was its engine, it was able to travel at 125mph top speed and 8 secs 0-60mph time. People were soon enthralled by the Datsun 240Z – it was a terrific, quality-driven car.
1967 Mazda Cosmo
The Mazda Cosmo is a superb vehicle that was produced by Mazda between 1967 and 1995. For this car Mazda chose the “Cosmo” which was a reflection of the global fascination with the Space Race that was going on at the time. Mazda wanted to exhibit the rotary engine as a cutting-edge development of what their future developments and products would include. And they definitely did a sterling job.
1966 Jensen Interceptor
The Jensen Interceptor is another awesome car from the mid-60s. Believe it or not but this car was actually hand-built near Birmingham in England between 1966 and 1976. If you’re looking to own one of these now, you better act fast there possibly only about 300 left in the world. The average price for the Jensen Interceptor is approximately $15 000.
1962 Shelby Cobra
Carroll Shelby’s 1962 Cobra produced one of the most awesome inventions the motor industry has ever seen. Believe it or not but the Shelby Cobra actually came about because of a dream, and the end was result was a super British-American sports car with a Ford V8 engine. The car was sold between 1962 and 1967 but went through a number of updates during those 5 years. However, it still remained a magnificent car!
1963 Mercedes Benz Limousine
Now, when you first look at this car, you might just think this is totally different from the everyday vehicle. Well, you are correct because Mercedes Benz produced a line of ultra-luxury cars between 1963 and 1981, and this beauty was one of the very first cars. At the time that it was released, it had some tough competitors such as Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Lincoln, and Cadillac. Nonetheless, this car proved to be nothing short of amazing.
1964 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud
Whether you’re a car fanatic or not, you’ve definitely heard the name, Rolls Royce. Rolls-Royce is a British luxury automobile maker. So when it came to producing the Silver Cloud, luxury was obviously a high priority. The Silver Cloud was manufactured from April 1955 to March 1966. It was the core model of the Rolls-Royce range during that period. And we have to agree that it is one magnificent car!
1963 Opel Kapitän L
German automobile company produced one of the best cars during the 60s, despite the fact that the car had already been established as a true classic. Straight lines and a stretched form are the Kapitän’s main body styling themes, while the slightly arched roof appears to linger over its large glass surfaces. If you weren’t sure what the L in the name stands for – it’s simple…Luxury.
1960 Maserati 5000 GT
The beginning of the 60s really saw the launch of some awesome cars, and of them is the stunning 1960 Maserati 5000 GT. Not many people are aware of this, but this beauty was actually built by Maserati as a regal request from the Shah of Persia. And so their flagship model was born. By the end of 1966 when production stopped, only 34 units were sold.
1965 Dodge HEMI Coronet A990
The year was 1965, drag racing was the sport to watch, and it seemed that more and more people were dedicating their lives to building the best cars. Some also like to call the 60s the muscle car era. And so, the Dodge HEMI Coronet A990 was no different and is still considered one of the most stellar vehicles to emerge from that time.
1964 Nissan Skyline 2000GT
Often described as an iconic masterpiece, the Nissan Skyline 2000GT was nothing like anyone had seen before. The beauty was actually launched just two days before the 2nd Japan Grand Prix in May 1964, it then successfully went on to win the race. Now if you think these cars are simply awesome wait until you see these collections that belong to our much-loved celebrities…
Nowadays most people want to be just like their favorite celebrities, but in reality, we’re not all fortunate enough to own all the extravagant estates, private planes, exclusive yachts, and multi-million dollar cars. Sometimes it’s completely mind-boggling just to see the kind of luxuries some of the A-list celebs have- it’s like they’re in a world of their own. Keep reading to see some of the spectacular cars these famous people own. You might just be completely surprising yet equally jealous…
Kim Kardashian – Ferrari 458 Italia, Estimated $325K
If you know Kim Kardashian, you’ll know just how much she enjoys all the finer things in life. So when it comes to her cars, it’s no different. Many sources have suggested that Kimmy owns at least 20 of the finest cars around. Some of them include Cadillac Escalade, Porsche Panamera, Mercedes Maybach, and Bentley Continental GTC. But it seems as though one of her favorites is the $325,000 White Ferrari 458 Italia. There’s no doubt about it..she definitely has good taste when it comes to cars.
David Beckham – Roll Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe, Estimated $400K
One of the most famous soccer players in the world is English native David Beckham. He and his wife Victoria Beckham, aka Posh Spice have a gorgeous family with 4 children so it would make sense to have a super collection of amazing cars. Some of the fancy autos that he owns include a Range Rover, an Audi S8, a Cadillac Escalade, and a Ferrari 550 Maranello. However, he and Mrs. Beckahm have been spotted quite often driving around in his Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson – Pagani Huayra, Estimated $1.5 Million
Dwayne Johnson, who is best known as “The Rock”, is a very successful actor, producer, and of course, professional wrestler. With so much money in the bank, it seemed he wanted to spend it on a great collection of gorgeous vehicles. We’re honestly quite surprised he recently just bought a customized Pagani Hurayra that is worth roughly $1.3 million. You would think a big guy like him would buy more of a muscular car, right? Well, obviously not.
Paris Hilton – Bentley GT Continental, Estimated $285K
American socialite, model, and businesswoman, Paris Hilton is pretty famous as she is the granddaughter of the famous Conrad Hilton. So it totally makes sense that the 40-year-old is able to afford the most luxurious things in the world- her budget is completely unlimited. Many inside sources have said that Paris really loves cars which is why she owns roughly 20 luxurious cars. One of them includes her custom-made Bentley GT Continental, in Bubblegum Pink. She also had her Bentley completely customized to look just like Barbie’s Dream Car, so just chose pink rims, a pink grille, and a pink leather interior. Wow!
Jay Leno – 1955 Mercedes 300SL Gullwing Coupe, Estimated $1.8 Million
70 year old, Mr. Jay Leno is no stranger to some of the finest vehicles in the world. Everyone knows that the TV host is basically obsessed with cars and motorbikes. Apparently, he owns an incredible 286 vehicles which include both motorcycles and cars. With an estimated net worth of roughly $400 million, we can now see why his car collection is so massive. Out of all of them, it seems as though his favorite is the $1.8 million 1955 Mercedes 300SL Gullwing Coupe. How stunning is the red exterior?