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In the exotic car market, expensive translates to selective, limited, and highly sought after. duPont REGISTRY takes pride in offering the public the most highly sought after names and vehicles around. Ever wondered about the most expensive cars in our inventory? Here’s our Top 10:


2015 Porsche 918 Weissach Pkg Spyder

This unique 918 Spyder boasts a rarity that few other vehicles possess. With a Nurburgring record of just 6 minutes and fifty-seven seconds, the coveted Weissach Package and Martini Racing Livery and decaling, this supercar will compliment any collection.

The specs:

  • 944 lb-ft of torque
  • 887 hp
  • 4.6-liter V-8 and twin electric motors

Price: $1,795,550

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2015 Porsche 918 Spyder

Only 918 of this hypercar exist and here’s #573. With an Acid Green finish and Authentic Mocha Brown interior, #573 is one of only 297 918 Spyders in the United States. What’s more, #573 is virtually untouched with only 8 miles. The 918 Spyder offers efficiency without compromising sport.

The specs:

  • 4.6-liter V-8 and twin electric motors
  • Combined hp of 887
  • 0-60 mph in 2.8 seconds

Price: $1,950,000

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2011 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport

Pristine and rare, this 2011 Veyron has only 2179 miles and boasts an interior and exterior in mint condition. The exposed W16 engine and pearl white finish will not disappoint.

The specs:

  • DOHC 64-valve W-16
  • 0-60 mph in 2.4 seconds
  • 1,200 hp

Price: $2,100,000

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2015 Porsche 918 Weissach Pkg Spyder

The second of our 918 Spyders is available with only 189 miles, and also comes complete with the Weissach package and Martini racing design wrap.

The specs:

  • 0-60 mph in 2.5 seconds
  • 887 hp
  • 4.6L V8 hybrid engine

Price: $2,158,900

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2015 McLaren P1

Only 375 examples of the 2015 McLaren P1 903hp hybrid supercar exist. McLaren P1 #307 boasts only 153 miles with a Pearl While over Black Alcantara exterior.

The specs:

  • 727 hp V8 plus 177 hp electric motor
  • 0-60 mph in 2.7 seconds
  • 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission w/ manual shift mode

Price: $2,200,000

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1953 Ferrari 250 Europa by Pininfarina

The Eurpoa, regarded as a classic of Pininfarina, not only solidified a handsome relationship between Ferrari and Pininfarina, but combined luxury and sport. The vehicle was capable of 135 mph thanks to a V12 engine designed by Aurelio Lampredi but is still perfect for cruising. This particular offering is the ninth of a limited 16 Europa coupes.

The specs:

  • 200 hp
  • 0-60 in 8 seconds
  • 2 door, 2+2 coupe

Price: $2,288,888

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2003 Ferrari Enzo (2)

Another Enzo tops our list as one of duPont REGISTRY’s most expensive cars. Ferrari made only ~399 of this model, and this particular car is not only well-priced but clean and approved for Ferrari’s Classiche program.

The specs:

  • F140B 65 V12 engine
  • Bosch Motronic ME7 fuel injection
  • Length: 185.1 inches

Price: $3,500,000

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2003 Ferrari Enzo (1)

The Enzo model was designed by Ferrari in commemoration of the company’s first Formula One. In pristine condition, this Enzo features the Rosso Corsa finish and Nero interior. This well taken care of vehicle only had one owner, under 500 miles and comes fully equipped with luggage, books, keys and tools.

The specs:

  • 660 hp
  • 6.0-liter V12 engine
  • 6-speed automatic

Price: $3,580,000

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1959 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spyder

Fiery red and ready to go, this 0ne of 50 250 GT LWB California Spyders exudes thrill without compromising class. Noted as one of the most iconic Ferraris ever, this pristine, example comes unrestored and complete with preserved original interior.

The specs:

  • Chassis & Engine #: 1425 GT
  • Cold-air box
  • Velocity stacks

Price: $8,950,000

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1967 Thomassima II

At one of three, exclusivity doesn’t even begin to describe the Thomassima II. Of the three created only two still exist and II is the only one available for purchase. Designed by the famed Tom Meade, this Italian built piece of Ferrari family history is even featured in Merritt & Fitzgerald’s infamous Ferrari “bible”.

The specs:

  • Ferrari 250 inside plug V12 engine
  • Modified Cooper Climax F1 chassis
  • A complete 7-year restoration

Price: $9,000,000

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