36. 1964 Ferrari 275
Listed third on Motor Trend’s “10 Greatest Ferraris of all time” list, this grand touring beauty has a 3.3 L dual overhead camshaft V12 engine capable of cranking out between 260-320 horsepower. The majority were made of steel with aluminum alloy doors, trunk lid, and hook, but some 72 were built with an all-aluminum body as an extra cost option, making them even faster than their steel brothers and sisters. When collector Preston Henn died in 2017, it was speculated that his 275, one of only three in the world to see actual racing time, could auction for close to $1 million.