The only one worth driving is the 1995 McLaren F1 Coupe. At least it's on the newer side. Concors cars are for the ultra rich, that just put them in their stable. No one sees them & no one really cares. They resell when the next guy with more money to waste who comes along & thinks there Cool 😎
And let's leave the Top 10 lists to the much-missed Dave Letterman.
Compiling such arbitrary lists is insult to thousands of equally novel barouches.
Reducing automobilia to a handful of best; using the easy come/easy go inflated coin of the must-have- latest-thing arbitragers, investment bankers, real estate developers, offshore labor flag wavers, trust fund babies as yardstick betrays a comprehension of automotive history, let alone scope, class, charm.
The idea of a "top slot" is laughable, only shows intellectual laziness, the CliffsNotes of posers.
You read most of the above posts narrowly, miss their greater points. You also assume most of the posters decrying the above mindset are paupers or have no wealthy autoholic friends.
Meanwhile, why are you so quick to defend the mega-rich? Do you imagine taking up e-cudgels on their oh so beleaguered behalf makes you one of them?
I've a longtime friend, a wonderful fellow with ready humor, who does not take himself too seriously, having all the money, on his third Duesenberg. But i've seen him use a butter knife for a screwdriver and at this late date, could not give you a simple definition of torque or horsepower, nor the respective three components of acceleration and absolute speed. Another friend can, but is quick to admit his magnificently restored Ferrari Lusso sorely needs an overdrive and that none of Enzo's street cars better rustproofed than a Fiat while sharing many dash switches,
underscoring "il Commendatore's" main interest in his retailed product that it funded his true love, racing.
Sorry I tickled the tinder nerve of disdain for all those real estate developers & trust fund babies who happen to spend large quantities on cars. I am not defending the “mega-rich” - as if they, whoever they are, needed my assistance.
I was simply questioning why the people buying these cars are constantly being criticized/condemned for spending their own money on such high-end cars. Judging the cars they choose is one thing, but questioning their intelligence (the omnipresent “more money than brains”) for how much they were willing to spend seems silly.
Meanwhile…how did you come up with the concept that I must somehow be sucking up to these mysterious wealthy people, with the desperate hope that they might invite me into their magical illuminati car club? Seriously? Perhaps that model of thinking works in your mind and the world you inhabit.
And congratulations for having such wonderful, car loving friends. The car community is large and full of fascinating people and characters from across the human spectrum - whether they be rich, poor, or somewhere in-between.