The Most Historical Cars in the World
They say that cars are one of the greatest and most brilliant human inventions of all time. We don’t know anyone who actually believes otherwise. Besides, no one could imagine how our lives will be without any kind of car that we could use.
Total Car Collections has been in the automotive industry for over two decades now. And even if we have been in the business for that long, we still have yet to discover each and every brilliant car that has made this industry truly remarkable. With that, we ought to share with you now 10 of the most historical cars that the world has seen after all these years. By historical, we mean, they could be included in the world’s fastest, most expensive, best-selling, and most famous. They are considered historical because they have most definitely made their mark in the world – that even if most of them are no longer made and sold, they are undoubtedly still known by many. Now let’s get into nostalgia-mode and see if we recognize or remember some of these historical cars and iconic vehicles:
1964 Aston Martin DB5
If you are one of those lucky ones who own (or have owned) this baby, you must be very proud. It has been produced from 1963-1965, but still very popular up to this day because is has appeared in many James Bond movies like Goldfinger, Casino Royale, GoldenEye, and Tomorrow Never Dies. For that, many believes that it is the most famous Aston Martin car ever. George Harrison and Paul McCartney are a few of those celebrities who own this gorgeous ride
1970 Dodge Charger
Who wouldn’t recognize that hunk of a car that is Dominic Toretto’s baby? Well, not only because this car has been a star in the iconic scenes from the movie The Fast and the Furious, but also for its speed and drop-dead looks. If you still own one, it doesn’t matter if that beast car is now considered vintage. It still IS one of the most iconic automobiles to date.
Think Porsche, and top of mind, most people will think of the 911. Considered as one of the world’s first true supercars. In the 1960s, it was considered as the most recognisable sports car in history. Its unique design and impressive performance never did disappoint any of its owners. Over the years, many would try to argue that an engine placed at the back wouldn’t work, especially for a sports car. But because of this Porsche baby, they have proven all those wrong. Celebrities like Tom Cruise, David Beckham, and Arnold Schwarzenegger are some of those people who luckily own this baby.
Engineer Gordon Murray has set the world on fire by making a new record of 231 mph in the Formula One using a production car. Because of that, the McLaren F1 has truly dominated the supercar world. It is popular for its center-positioned driver’s seat as well as its superb aerodynamics and carbon fiber chassis.
Ford Shelby Mustang GT 350 / 500
In 1967, street legal race cars were in. Because of that, Ford has created a new and unique production car that will truly surpass all challenges and limitations faced by many top-speed cars during that time. Not only that, it has also been one of true American historical cars for many decades because of its appearance in the movie, Gone in 60 seconds. It’s truly a vehicle that performs as well as the movie title.
No matter its year model, whether it’s the old or new Beetle, who would believe that this compact car doesn’t deserve to be in the list of the world’s historical cars? We’re thinking none. Oldies and millennials alike without a doubt would know what a VW Beetle looks like. It was initially designed to be ‘the people’s car’ in Europe because it is affordable to buy and less costly to maintain. Also known as The Bug or Herbie the Love Bug, even with its rumored safety and speed issues, this has still been considered as one of the most ever-present cars in the whole world.
Because of its outstanding sales, year-after-year continuous production, and market popularity after so many years, this car can most definitely claim the title one of the most historical cars ever built. Even without the sports-like speed or grandiose luxury, the British will be forever proud of The Mini. Its presence has set the standards for classic small city cars all over the world. David Bowie, John Lennon, and Clint Eastwood are some of the celebrities who proudly own one.
Named after Bugatti’s development engineer, this magnificent ride is considered as one hell of a successful automobile creation that’s very unlikely to be repeated. The original model automatically gained success. Because of that, even today, it is still considered as a benchmark for creating hypercars. Indeed, the Veyron symbolises the perfection of looks, power, form, and function. Ralph Lauren, Jay-Z, and Floyd Mayweather are a few of those celebrities who happen to own one.
It was this car that has definitely helped the world recognise the car brand and manufacturer, Lamborghini. It was built between 1966 and 1973. The Miura is most famous for its intense overall sex-appeal and consistently smooth lines. Experts have declared this as one of the most beautiful auto designs of all time. The sleek, sexy, and gorgeously-fast Italian car is proudly owned by many rich and famous people like Elton John, Dean Martin, and Jay Leno.
DS is short for Deesse, which is French for goddess. Not only for its name, but it is still conceivably one of the most beautiful automobiles ever built. It’s breath-taking looks and jaw-dropping appeal were all made possible by its designers – an Italian sculptor and a French aeronautical engineer. No doubt it still has a list of loyal fans up to this day; just like Brian Johnson, Charles de Gaulle, and Marc Chagall.
In no particular order, these cars are just some of the many legendary automobiles that the world has seen over the years. If you happen to be one of those proud owners of these historical cars, then we sure hope that they still have those stunning looks and are very much in good running conditions.
But if you are now thinking that your gorgeous iconic car is now no longer roadworthy, don’t think that it isn’t worth anymore. If you’re telling yourself – I need to sell my car for cash today, Total Car Collections is here to help you. Even if your old ride is once legendary or just a commoner, we will still pay you a reasonable amount for it. Spanning for more than two decades, we have been one of those companies who pay cash for cars (at the best prices as a matter of fact!). So don’t wait up now, dial this number 0457 471 397 or click this [link] to get started.