From a $142 million Mercedes to a $12 million LeMans-winning Ford: unique cars made to break records on the track and at auction.
The world of high-end classic cars and supercars looks to be recession-proof, regardless of the state of the global economy.
For decades, the prices have been constantly on the rise, and buying a unique and highly sought-after artwork on four wheels seems to be the best way to invest.
But just how expensive those “blue chip” collector cars really are? The classic car market is booming, and we have already seen multimillion-dollar muscle cars, crazy expensive Porsche 911s, and celebrity-owned luxury models that cost more than a yacht.