1957 Maserati 300S

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How do you drive a 6.5 million dollar car? You might say “very carefully,” but then again if you can afford it, maybe you get to drive it however you want — which we hope is really fast. This particular multi-million dollar racer is a 1957 Maserati 300S and fewer than thirty of them were ever made. British Formula One racing legend Sir Stirling Moss drove 300S models in eight international races in the late 1950s and called the model one of his favorite racing cars ever (a feeling classic car fans tend to share). 

It seems Moss liked this particular 300S so much that he signed the dashboard, a feature no doubt adding to that $6.5 million price tag. Though the amount seems about right — a Maserati 300S from 1955 went for $6.1 million in 2013 in Bonham’s auction at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. This particular 300s, chassis 3070,  is offered by Redline Restorations, a high-end classic and vintage restoration shop out of Connecticut as part of their Elite Inventory. Should you decide to make it yours, we hope you drive it home at top speed.

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