14. 1973 BMW 3.0CSL
With Bosch Fuel Injection technology, the 3-liter engine produced 205 HP and could hit a top speed of 136.62 mph. The CSL didn’t come fitted with the rear wing or chrome flares, they were in the trunk of the car so the first owner could decide whether or not to fit them. At the Le Mans 24 Hours, the CSL won the Special Tourism Class in 1973 and again in 1974. It became the definitive German sports coupe in the 70s and in 2015, one of the 1096 units produced sold for $187,000 at auction.
13. 1938 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B
It is a long, elegant and also uniquely Italian this Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B still remains a classic car in today’s current auto market because of its high-performance engineering as well as distinctive styling. The car is designed especially for the Mille Miglia open-road endurance race for Italy. The 2900 took home top 3 spots in its 1st showing in the year 1938. With the B edition, the Alfa Romeo made concessions for passenger convenience and comfort which wins over most drivers just like it did in raceways. While the Alfa Romeo has gone on to use the 8C name occasionally for its own high-performance sports cars, few have been able to achieve such a combination of grace and speed that is successful.