Car we’d most like to drive across the country in: 1957 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Tour de France

Not only is this Ferrari 250 TdF drop-dead gorgeous but it has actual racing pedigree at Spa, Monza, and in the actual Tour de France that this car gets its name from. We’d happily use this car for vintage events like Mille Miglia to tear across the Italian countryside in the utmost style. RM Sotheby’s didn’t provide any auction estimates but style like this certainly doesn’t come cheaply.


Car we’d most like to add to the MHCC fleet: Jerry Seinfeld’s 1964 VW Camper Van

This all-original, 19,000 mile Volkswagen Camper van would be the perfect addition to the Morrie’s Heritage fleet. We’d love to rent it out and use it for camping out at our favorite historic automotive events such as The Hawk.



Car we’d buy if money were no object: 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider

I mean, just look at it. It doesn’t get any prettier than this. This rare covered headlight model is just one of 37 and what a shame Ferrari didn’t build any more. This is one car that ought to increase in value more than any others. And at an estimated $15,000,000, the old adage “you’ve got to spend money to make money” certainly rings true.



Car we’d buy if we wanted to relive Le Mans: 1966 Ford GT40 Mk1

Although this 1966 Ford GT40 Mk1 was originally built by Ford as a dealer demo and lived a far more pedestrian life than its fire-breathing, Le Mans-winning brethren, it still presses all the right buttons to make you feel like you’re barreling down the Mulsanne Straight at warp speed. This being one of just 31 street-legal examples of the GT40 means it can serve dual purposes as a fun weekend cruiser or a VERY expensive track toy.



Car we’d spend the most time in the garage staring at: 1967 Toyota 2000GT

Arguably the most valuable vehicle to ever come out of Japan, the stunning Toyota 2000GT is one lust-worthy car that we could spend hours (or days) staring at. The sleek lines are create one of the most sensuous shapes we’ve ever laid eyes on and the throaty 2.0L V6 is equally impressive.