Is Any Car Worth $38,000,000? (Yes, That's MILLION)
Find out how pricey rides can get in the latest installment of Ka-Ching! with #MDLNY's Fredrik Eklund.
There are cars, and then there are cars. While some of us are just trying to make our lease payments, others can pay top dollar to zoom around town in some of the most luxurious cars on the planet — heck, maybe even in the galaxy.
In the latest installment of Ka-Ching!, hosted by Million Dollar Listing New York agent Fredrik Eklund, the car buff is breaking down some of the most glam rides around. For instance, who couldn't swoon over the 2005 Maserati MC12, valued at $810,000? The Italian car brand made only 50 of them and even handpicked the lucky drivers who got the chance to own the vehicle, which, wait for it, goes from zero to 60 MPH in LESS than four seconds.
Of course, if you're a car aficionado who has an extra $2 million lying around the garage, the 2009 Veyron by Bugatti may be more your speed. However it may take a bit of hunting to find one. (Sadly, they were retired in 2015.) But none — and we mean none — of those price tags compare to the Ferrari Berlinetta. Sure the 2015 model sells for a measly $490,000, but a vintage 1962 model sold for $38 million, making it the highest-price resale ever. Um, we'd say so.
To discover more of Fredrik's ultra-luxe finds, catch all 12 episodes of Ka-Ching! below.