Believe it or not, this 1976 Countach features an outstanding v12 and six carburetors. Guess who rode it in on Seinfeld’s web-series? None other than a fellow comedian Jim Carrey. The car’s shape gives it an aerodynamic feel makes it feel like all this baby needs is a set of wings, and you’ll be up in the air.
The car was debuted at the Geneva auto show as a concept car but was then worked on for three years, refined, and transformed into Countach we’ve grown to love these days.
1964 Porsche 911
Another classic among classics in Jerry Seinfeld's collection. Jerry stumbled upon this Porsche in 1996; it was actually owned by Ferry Porsche, son of the business's founder.
When it landed in his hands, Jerry sent the masterpiece off to Germany, where the car underwent a restoration that cost the comedian a jaw-dropping $250,000!
1969 Lamborghini Miura
Of course, Seinfeld is the owner of what is widely thought of as one of the most beautiful cars ever made. Seinfeld's 1969 Lamborghini Miura features a sloping body and iconic headlights. The car's leather seats are plush, and the car features an open-gated manual transmission.
What's interesting about this Lambo is how little space the engine requires - it sits between the seats and the car's rear wheels.
1997 Porsche 993 Cup 3.8 RSR
Yes, another Porsche; though, this one may be one of the unique ones in Jerry's collection. Being one of the more special Porsche's also means that it's one of the most expensive.
The 1997 RSR is 45 models and has an estimated worth of between $1.2 million - $1.5 million.
2011 Porsche 997 Speedster
If Porsche were to distinguish themselves by offering two things, it would be limited production runs and exclusivity. We see that when it comes to the 2011 Porsche 997 Speedster, production runs were limited to only 356 models worldwide.
The retail price for the vehicle was initially set at $204,000. This set of wheels was designed to celebrate 25 years of Porsche's special wishes department and instantly hit with collectors.