1. Jaguar E-Type
It was produced by Jaguar from 1961 to 1975. Dubbed “the most beautiful car ever produced by Enzo Ferrari” when it was released, the Jaguar E-Type topped the All-Time 100 Cars list, compiled by The Daily Telegraph in March 2008.
2. Porsche 911
The Porsche 911, the classic of the years that took fifth place in the 1999 survey to determine the Car of the Century, is a model that has been described as a myth by experts on the subject and has appeared many times in popular culture. The Porsche 911, which reached 1 million units in 2017, has been in production since 1964.
3. Mercedes-Benz 300 SL (Gullwing)
The Mercedes-Benz 300 SL was produced by German car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz as a racing car from 1952 to 1953, as a sports car from 1955 to 1963. It was the fastest car of the 300 SL era, which attracted attention with its doors opened in the form of “Gullwing”.
4. Ferrari 250 GTO
It would probably be absurd not to be included in this list to the legendary Ferrari 250 GTO, which still holds the title of being the most expensive car sold at an auction (sold for $48.4 million in 2018).
5. Lamborghini Miura
The Lamborghini Miura, produced by Italy’s Lamborghini from 1966 to 1973, was the first middle-engined super car with dual seat layout. Since then, it has set the standard for high-performance sports cars. It was the fastest vehicle available when it was produced.
6. Volkswagen Bettle
It was inconceivable not to be included in this list for the Public Car (Volkswagen) Beetle, which we know as Vosvos or turtles. Produced from 1938 to 2003, the classic model is the world’s best-selling model with sales of over 21.5 million. The design of the vehicle’s outlines was made by Ferdinand Porsche at Hitler’s request. Volkswagen, which continued its production until the end of 2003 with a model for New Beetle since 1998, also renewed this model in 2011 and the Beetle series was terminated in 2019.
7. Ford Model T
Ford Model T, the first car model produced in accordance with the budget of ordinary citizens with the invention of the production line, deserves to be included in the list of classics even with this feature. The Model T, which sold more than 16 million copies until May 26, 1927, when its production stopped when it first went on sale on October 1, 1908, retained the title of the world’s best-selling car until the 1970s. Today, it is still the third best-selling car.
8. 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air
This could be one of the first images we can see when we say classic cars. Chevrolet Bel Air is another model that’s impossible not to be on our list. The model that we often see in old movies is almost like the definition of a classic car concept.
9. AC Cobra (Ford Shelby Cobra)
A two-seater car produced by AC Cars from 1962 to 1967. Sold as Ford/Shelby Cobra in the USA. You know, there’s not a lot of people in this car who have a patient. Today, many replicas of the vehicle are produced.
10. Aston Martin DB5
The Aston Martin DB5, one of the most famous cars in the history of cinema and the title of being the best-known James Bond car, is one of the most well-deserved models on this list. It was first seen in the 1964 james bond film Goldfinger. Then he became an icon.