36. 1968 Shelby Mustang Cobra GT500 KR
The 1968 Shelby Mustang was a true beauty. This 2 door car roared to power with the help of a monster which is larger than 7 liters in size. This car was one of the last classic American muscle cars by Shelby before the Mustang title got picked up again in 2005 by Ford. The GT 500 KR could deliver an amazing 440 lb-ft of torque even though it only produced 335 horsepower. The initials KR in the name of this car stood for “King of the Road” which was rightly given according to the performance record of the car. Today these cars can fetch up to $100,000 when they are in good condition.
35. 2002-2004 Ferrari Enzo
Announced in 2002, and officially produced in 2003, the Ferrari Enzo was given a limited production run of just 349 units. Each was sold before they were even built. 50 more were built due to demand, and a 400th unit was built and donated to the Vatican to be auctioned off for charity. At a Sotheby’s auction in 2004, the 400th unit fetched $1.1 million. The car was used inCharlie’s Angels: Full Throttle before it was even debuted at the Paris Motor Show. The 6-liter engine produces 651 HP and can accelerate from 0-60 in 3.14 seconds. The top speed of the car is 221 mph.