2. 1928 Duesenberg Model J
The most powerful pre-war American car, the Duesenberg was the US’ answer to the best European cars out there. It debuted in 1928 at the New York Car Show. The power output was 165 HP, and on the supercharged model (available after 1932) it was 320 HP. The car was on the market for 9 years and was one of the most popular luxury cars in the US at the time. Al Capone, Clark Gable, and Greta Garbo all drove one. There are roughly 378 original models still in existence.
1. 2012 Aston Martin One-77
Only 77 units, each with a price tag of $1,435,303, were produced of the Aston Martin One-77. Fully revealed at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show, the British made halo car came equipped with a 7.3-liter V12 engine the produced a top speed of 220 mph and accelerated from 0-60 in just 3.5 seconds. The One-77 has been awarded several design awards.