Are you obsessed with vintage cars? Or do you like the idea of having a collection of them in your garage, but your current budget is an issue? Well, let’s look at the top 5 vintage cars that our Oz Monday Lotto’s top tier payout of R1,6 Billion can afford you:
This post-war era sports car will cost you R19 Million. This Mercedes is over 65 years old with a remarkable racing heritage as it dominated race tournaments like the French 1952 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Mexican sports car racing event, Carrera Panamericana.
The 1969 Lamborghini Miura P400S was named one of the “most iconic sports cars in history” because of its unique design. It was the first sports car of its era to ever feature a V12 engine. As a collector’s dream, this car goes between R19 Million and R22 Million.
Enzo Ferrari, the founder of Ferrari, has named this car as “the most beautiful car ever made”. This masterpiece comes in different forms - the Series 1 E-Type, Series 2 E-Type and the Series 3 E-Type. The Series 1-Type is still considered the valuable and sought-after amongst the other series. One can expect to spend just over R4 Million for a high-end Series 1.
Believe it or not! The Chevrolet Corvette, also known as the Sting Ray, is still in production today. However, this second-generation vintage model is one of the most sought-after with the base price for this piece of art going for over R9 Million.
Lastly, but not least is the stunning 1974 Porsche 911. This vintage car is considered a collector’s dream because of its high-performance and successful records in the different automotive competitions. The Porsche 911’s sports car racing winning record include the Targa Florio, 24 Hours Daytona, 24 Hours of Le Mans and the World Championship for Makes. It came fifth in the 1999 International Car of the Century poll.
Now, you know that your dreams are not out of reach. Join your World of Lotteries today and bet on our Oz Monday Lotto for a chance to own one or more of these masterpieces!