You are here

Ten cars worth over one million dollars

  1. Remember this really quite smashing 1955 Gullwing Benz that sold for a $4.62m last week? Check out some of the other cars with equally astronomical price tags from Barratt-Jackson’s sale.

    Let us know which one you want by hitting the Facebook like button above your favourite.

    Now click forth, TopGear.commers. And quietly wish you’d become a banker.

  2. This one-of-five 1933 Silver Arrow is the first example to be sold since ‘73. It goes 115mph and cost $10,000 when new.

    SOLD FOR $2.2m

  3. If one-of-five’s a little too everyman, you need this; it’s a unique concept built by Ghia. There’s a Chrysler Imperial chassis and hemi V8 underneath the fancy skin. Phwoar. 

    SOLD FOR $1.43m

  4. OK, so it didn’t cost a mil. But a tractor? For half a million bucks?

    Owned by Jay Leno, you say? I see…

    SOLD FOR $535,000

  5. We’re not usually fond of ride pimpery, but this one’s got us fizzing at the root; it’s powered by a tuned 6.8-litre V8 producing 522bhp and 457lb ft of torque. Yes. Please.

    SOLD FOR $1m

  6. This slightly unsettling goth-spec munster was delivered to its first owner - the widow of American Tobacco Company founder, J.B. Duke - on Halloween in 1930. Befitting.

    SOLD FOR $1.045m

  7. This art nouveau ladyshave is the most expensive post war Bentley/Rolls-Royce automobile of all time.

    SOLD FOR $2.75m

  8. Despite living in America - the spiritual home of Very Long Roads - this Isotta’s only travelled 162.8 miles a year since it was built in 1930.

    SOLD FOR $1.1m

  9. There’s no such thing as a new idea, internet. This rear-engined saloon’s middle lamp - affectionately known as its “Cyclops Eye” - turns with the front wheels, just like the directional lights you find on modern stuff.

    SOLD FOR $2.915m

  10. This is the biggest British car ever built, and it’s got a suitably elephantine 7.2-litre V12 engine producing 150bhp.

    SOLD FOR $1.155m

What do you think?

This service is provided by Disqus and is subject to their privacy policy and terms of use. Please read Top Gear’s code of conduct (link below) before posting.

Promoted content