There are a lot of cars coming out this year but nothing can still beat these seven great vintage cars that are popular not just in the U.S but all over the globe. These cars are considered collectors find if one manages to get it.
Bugatti Chiron. The Bugatti Chiron is an admirable sports car that costs nearly $3.4 million. Jalopnik reported that it is a hyper car that has detailed carbon weaved fiber body.
The first vehicles are to be delivered to customers in the first quarter of 2017
— Bugatti (@Bugatti)
Ford GT. The Ford GT amounts to more than $450,000. It has a carbon fiber body, making it weight more than an ordinary compact car. Thankfully, Ford is creating a lighter-weight version of Ford GT that will be part of Ford's Competition Series, reported.
Aside from that, the company is busy working on a new brand replacement for non-Ford and non-Lincoln vehicles. The famous car manufacturer is also pursuing their dealers to have Quick Lane service centers for Ford buyer's easy access, reported.
Aston Martin. Then there's Aston Martin which is popularly used in Bond movies. Two of its famous models includes DB5 and DB11 that comes in black and orange color variations.
We'll be marking the 87th Geneva international Motor Show with a significant trio of major debuts! — Aston Martin (@astonmartin)
Ariel Atom. Ariel Atom is one of a kind car because it is not flashy unlike the cars on this list. It has a tubular frame, four wheels and a Honda engine that is located behind the driver's head.
When an Ariel Atom wasn't good enough, he built these insane track toys — Jalopnik (@Jalopnik)
Eleanor (1967 Mustang GT500). Eleanor is a 1967 Mustang GT500 that was used in the movie "Gone in 60 Seconds" over 17 years ago. It is considered as one of the most recognizable cars of today.
1951 Buick Lesabre. There's the 1951 Buick Lesabre Concept that is truly a blast from the past. Its design was inspired by post-WWII jet fighters and has a front air intake that looks like a jet turbine. No wonder this car is worth $15 million.
One of my favourite cars at this year's Toronto auto show. You can't buy it. A 1951 Buick LeSabre concept. Bat-mobile inspiration? — SeánO'SheaGLOBALTV (@ConsumerSOS)
Dodge Viper. For a more modernized design. there's the Dodge Viper that is known for its back wings. Sadly, most individuals have forgotten this car because of the emergence of cars like Chevrolet Corvettes. A lot of cars may grace the market but nothing can still beat the classics.