3. 1996 Ferrari F50 GT
Each rundown of uncommon and alluring vehicles must have a Ferrari, and here’s one of the rarest of all-the Ferrari F50 GT.The car was originally designed to take part in the BPR Global GT series, but the F50 project was soon cancelled because competitor manufacturers, such as Porsche and Mercedes, designed much faster and agile vehicles for the championship.
Still, 3 F50’s were made- one of which was a prototype, and 2 which were to be sold.
With a 4.7 litre V12 engine that provides 750 brake horsepower, it can reach 60 miles per hour in a lightning fast 2.9 seconds, and hits a top speed of 235 miles per hour.
Perhaps it’s the legend of what might have been, but never was, but despite never taking part in a single race, the F50 reached legendary status with Ferrari fans.
In 2013 one of these was up for sale with an asking price of 2.9 million dollars.While that’s a lot of money to most people for a car, it’s an absolute bargain for such a rarity, and a piece of Ferrari history.