1. 1967 Lamborghini Miura

    This particular car was bought new by the Shah of Persia, Mohammad Rezā Shāh Pahlavī, who got the factory to tune it for him so it would produce about 380 BHP. He decided to take delivery of the car in Sankt Moritz, where he was on holiday that winter, because he wanted to drive it on the mountain roads. Lamborghini test engineer Bob wallace drove it from the factory to snowy Switzerland, where the Shah received his new car.

    It had another famous owner more recently, as the current owner says he bought it from Nicolas Cage.

    (Source: motor-klassik.de)

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