Rarest Classic Cars in the World
The classic car market is a huge industry around the world, and it is expected to grow even bigger in the coming years. People love their classic cars, and for good reason. These cars evoke a sense of nostalgia and their craftsmanship is unparalleled.
Walter Gefrom is a project manager and civil engineer with a deep seated passion for restoring classic cars. In awe over the beauty of classic cars, Walter Gefrom is doing his best to preserve the quintessentially timeless vibe of antique cars. Most recently he restored a 1967 Mustang convertible. Today he shares some examples of the rarest classic cars in the world:
- Rolls-Royce 15 hp. In 1904, Charles Rolls and Henry Royce agreed to produce only six of these cars, and only the second car survives to this day.
- Helica De Leyat. With a background in aviation, Marcel Leyat built thirty of these cars in 1921. Resembling an airplane, Leyat aimed to create a propeller-powered car.
- Bugatti 57SC Atlantic Coupe. Considered to be one of the most valuable cars in the world, only four of these were ever made in the 1930s. One of the four has been missing for eighty years.