The world’s most sought after classic cars are not only extremely rare, they’re generally sold exclusively at luxury auctions for multimillion-dollar figures.
Bottom line: Most of us will never own an Aston Martin DB5, Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing or Jaguar E-Type, which is why we’re thankful for Classic Cars Review.
Edited and curated by author Michael Görmann, the oversized coffee table book showcases the kinds of vintage vehicles that are usually confined to museum floors or private collections and offers an in-depth look into the institutions and events that stand out in today’s classic car scene.
Whether they served as the choice ride of a celebrity personality or the racecar of an F1 champ, each model has a prominent place in automotive history.
Check out 10 striking photos from Classic Cars Review below:
ASTON MARTIN, DB5, 1964.
FERRARI, 166 MM Spider, 1953.
BENTLEY, R-Type Drophead, 1952.
JAGUAR, E-Type 3.8 Coupé, 1962.
MERCEDES-BENZ, 500K Convertible B, 1935.
Premiere in Italy. At the Mille Miglia in 1952, the legendary Mercedes-Benz 300 SL makes its first appearance and Rudolf Caracciola, the great racing star of the 1930s, makes his last.
HORCH, 855 Special Roadster Replica.
OPEL, RAK 2, 1928.
Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.