For a classic car collector, all cars are not created equal. Each car has its own practical value and sentimental value that affects how wanted they are to add to your collection. With that, there is a way to rank the top 10 we suggest for you. Each of these cars transports you back in time and allows you to feel like a part of a different era in history.
Ferrari 250 GTO
This model was first introduced in 1962 and presented a new sleek look that earned it the nickname of “ll Mostro,” or “The Monster.” Because of its unique design, it is one of the highest value cars out there, with a value of $48 million.
Mercedes 300SL Gullwing
Valued at $1.9 million, this car is one of the most luxurious cars in the classic car world. The Gullwing was made with a very lightweight body which allowed it to break records being the fastest car in production, as it could reach up to 163mph.
Aston Martin DB5
This iconic car that was first introduced to the public in the 1964 James Bond movie Goldfinger is Italian made. Currently, this model is going for a value of $990,000.
Ford Mustang Shelby GT350
The design of this car focused on one thing: speed. Eventually, Ford went on to make a number of other nearly identical models, but still with their own individual perks. This model, nicknamed the Cobra, was the first of its kind though and is valued at $575,000.
This speedy car has a top speed of 150mph and first premiered in 1961. The design of this model inspired future models of Jaguars and currently is going for $125,000.
The Porsche 911 is widely considered the most popular classic sports car. Its design is mirrored after the Volkswagen Beetle, a design also from auto designer Ferdinand Porsche. You can find this car valued at $101,000.
Chevrolet El Camino SS
Famous for its powerful engine, this Chevy model first came on the market in 1970. This car is the quintessential American classic car and can be found valuing $33,000.
Oldsmobile Starfire Convertible
The Oldsmobile was General Motors best-selling car after it was first introduced in 1962. In the 60s, this car’s features, from a beautiful, yet comfortable interior, to its open top, made it one of the most popular rides.
British Motor Corporation Mini
Mini Coopers still are seen in modern markets to this day but was first introduced in 1959. Its vintage models were able to reach 60 seconds in 26.5 seconds.
The Corvette drove onto the scene in 1963 with a unique design and powerful engines. Currently, they are roughly valued at $80,000.