1990 Bentley Turbo R
Sure, for $35,000, you could load up a new Toyota Camry. But for the same money, you could also buy this heavily depreciated Bentley. Before the maintenance bills bankrupt you, that’s sure to impress your friends. Even better, this car originally belonged to the founder of Amway. Talk about a conversation starter.
1952 Jaguar XK120
Anyone who’s ever seen Cars can tell it was made by an enthusiast. But the question is, what kind of car does that man drive? Turns out, it’s this one—a 1952 Jaguar XK120. And the man in question is John Lasseter, the director and co-writer of both Carsmovies. $119,500 makes it yours.
1954 Aston Martin DB 2/4 Coupe
While it’s not quite as famous as the DB5, the Aston Martin DB2/4 is still plenty desirable in its own right. Very few were ever produced, and with the right restoration, this one could go for far more than its $175,000 asking price.
1958 Aston Martin DB 2/4
This vintage beauty, according to the eBay listing, has been sitting in a garage for the last 35 years. In fact, it seems like people like to store these Aston Martins. It costs $285,000, and bidding has ended.
1994 Jaguar XJ220
At one time, the Jaguar XJ220 was one of the fastest cars in the world. They’re not usually for sale, but when they are, they are priced at around $499,000. This listing has since ended.
1961 Jaguar E-Type
This E-Type wears its original color scheme and costs $295,000. This listing has since ended.
2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport
For most people the regular Range Rover Sport is all the luxury SUV they need. But for those who wish for a little more flash, the British tuning company Overfinch will gladly make their Range Rover less subtle (and a lot more expensive). But surely it’s worth $99,950 to differentiate yourself from the peasants driving normal SUVs.
1975 Reliant Robin
If you’re looking for a fuel-efficient three-wheeler, you could always wait for Elio to begin delivering cars. Or you could buy this Reliant Robin right now.Currently priced at only $5000, it’s extremely affordable. And since Jeremy Clarkson admitted they faked the rollovers, who knows? It might even be safe-ish.