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Most Expensive Cars in the World

The year is 2014, so it just seems fair to have a new Most Expensive Cars in the World Top since a few things happened in private auctions around the world in the second half of 2013.

Although the super-rich have always battled for the number one position when it comes to luxury automobiles, it’s interesting to see that the Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa is no longer the most expensive car in the world, the famous model doesn’t even rank second now.

In order to have the most accurate ranking available and because some of the purchases have been made in different years, we took the time and created an absolute value that accounts for the change in currency, inflation and economic environment, so we are confident we have a clear image on what was paid for each car in “today’s money”.

This is not your average commercial line car available to anyone, welcome to the World’s Most Expensive Cars.

Let’s get into it! Top 5 World’s Most Expensive Cars:

#5 Ferrari 250 LM Sold for: $14.3 Million

Sold back in November 21st 2013, in New York City, for $14.3 Million, this 1964 Edition Ferrari 250 Le Mans model changes ownership and enters straight into our top 5 most expensive automobiles in the world.

Probably one of the most beautiful Ferrari cars the company has ever put out, it was incredibly designed compared to the other cars of that time.

Not only it is a piece of history but it is also a symbol of prosperity, innovation and also one of the super wealthy!

Ferrari 250 LM Most expensive cars in the world 2015
Most Expensive Cars in the World: Ferrari 250 LM

We’ve talked a lot about the Ferrari Testa Rossa, but it’s only on #4:
NEXT: #4 Ferrari 250

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