With a complete restoration and tied to McQueen’s name, this Willys Jeep could fetch up to $130k at auction.
This 2002 M5 boasts an Imola Red exterior, a 6-speed manual gearbox and has just 9,000 miles on the clock.
The interior looks as good as new but the bodywork appears to need some tender loving care.
A study from CarMax data reveals less than 4 percent of its nationwide sales are for manual cars.
These are the ten least and most depreciating cars and trucks in the US, according to iSeeCars.com
Despite it being one of the most exciting supercars in recent times, people are already flipping their brand new 911 GT2 RS.
You can have this gorgeous hand-built Bentley for a lot less than what you’d pay for a Bentayga.
Ain’t nothing wrong with this soon-to-be-classic Ford Focus RS, but the price tag.
One of only 600 left-hand-drive units ever made, the Sport Evolution is the ultimate E30 M3.
RMSothebys estimated this Russian 4×4 with a racing pedigree would fetch $100,000. They were very much mistaken.
This Alpine White 2008 Alpina B7 is based on a BMW model that everyone loves to hate.
That’s awfully expensive, but we guess billionaires of this world will gladly pay for the ballistic protection – and the extra toys.