The Scarabee d’Or was the first car to have crossed the Sahara Desert, and his is a brand-new replica.
Looking more authentic than the real thing, this Lincoln Continental convertible can be yours for $125,000.
Buy this aging Mercedes ML and practice your “Must go faster” impressionations.
The bodywork is extremely close to the original, but a peek at the cabin reveals that this is no Gullwing .
Would you spend $85,000 on a Bentley GTC replica? A real one costs far less.
This Ferrari LaFerrari replica isn’t fooling anyone.
The original version of this Volkswagen Type 2 van became famous after its appearance at the Woodstock Art and Music Fair.
A Lamborghini Veneno, LaFerrari, and Bugatti Chiron are among the company’s impressive creations.
This iteration of the KITT has 70,000 miles on the clock and it’s made to resemble the Seasons 3 and 4 car.
The originals that were prepped by SVO and Bowler go for around $300k on auctions.
Originally unveiled in the 2005 Detroit Auto Show, it will now enter performance after Ford gave the green light.
The paint job and the head- and taillights are pretty accurate – the rest is, unsurprisingly, a mess.