While most of us dream about owning a supercar, some people don't seem to mind parting ways with them. It seems that some people have so much money that they don't only buy supercars, but they also buy the classic model. It would be a dream come true to own for most car enthusiasts.
So, what do some of these owners end up doing with their classic supercars? You may be surprised to find out that they abandon them. That's right. Who would believe it? Yet, it's true.
To show that some owners don't mind abandoning super cool cars, we gleaned photos of rare supercars that were found covered in dust.
20 Bugatti Type 57S
Before Bugatti made the Veyron and Chiron, they produced the Type 57S. This is a 1937 model, which looks absolutely spectacular. Somebody decided that this classic might be better in a garage collecting dust than on the road or in a museum. It looks like an amazing vehicle.
19 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS
It seems as if some people had a tremendous amount of luck. The person who owns these magnificent vehicles should consider themselves to be so fortunate.
One of the vehicles featured in the picture is a 1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS. It's just left sitting there as if it were a normal vehicle.
18 Aston Martin DB2/4
Sean Connery might've driven the DB5 when he starred as James Bond, but he wouldn't have minded if the replacement had been the DB2/4.
This 1955 model looks spectacular, and it's in a great color. It seems this DB2/4 is in some great company, as there are other classics behind it.
17 Ferrari 275 GTB
If you wanted a supercar with a V-12 powered engine that was a two-seater coupe and had a spider body in 1966, then you would've found the 275 GTB to be a delight.
According to Carfolio, the 275 GTB had a 3.3-liter engine under the hood and was capable of pumping out 295 horsepower.
16 Rolls-Royce Corniche
Who wouldn't love to own a Rolls Royce? The British automaker requires six months to manufacture each vehicle by hand. This is truly one of the rare Rolls-Royces left on the market and features a 6.75-liter V8 engine. Not only is this car luxurious and classic, but it's also powerful.
15 Maserati Bora
It's no secret that Italian manufacturers have produced some of the best supercars on the road. One of them is Maserati.
Although Maserati has competed with the likes of Ferrari and Lamborghini, they have produced magnificent vehicles such as the Bora. Only 289 were produced.
14 Lamborghini Diablo
Lamborghini has produced numerous great models. Although Aventador and Huracan are one of its latest models, the Diablo has to be one of its most precious. Some Diablos are priced higher than an Aventador these days. It seems that the owner of this Diablo didn't realize the car's value.
13 BMW M1
Before BMW produced the extremely popular M3 and M6, they made the M1. Production of the car occurred between 1978 and 1981. During that period, the German automaker decided to produce only 453 models. This car is not related to BMW's 1 series, which started production in 2004.
12 Ferrari F40
Every ten years, Ferrari manufacturers release a special vehicle to celebrate the ten years it has been in business. For the 40th anniversary, Ferrari produced a car called the F40. If you were fortunate enough to grab one of the 1,311 units produced, you'd be in possession of a truly remarkable classic Ferrari.
11 Aston Martin DB7
It's amazing what you'll find on the side of the road. If you look carefully, you might just spot a magnificent vehicle known as the Aston Martin DB7.
It seems that the owner decided to abandon it but later called the tow truck service. That car's been there for quite a while.
10 Ferrari Enzo
Just when you thought that Ferrari couldn't outdo itself, they did just that on their 60th anniversary. To mark the occasion, Ferrari celebrated by commemorating its founder by making a car named after him. During the three year production of the Enzo, Ferrari produced only 300.
9 Aston Martin Lagonda
Although Aston Martin produced the Lagonda for 14 years, the British automaker rolled off only 645 units from the production line during that period.
Under the hood was a 5.3-liter V8 engine capable of pumping out 310 horsepower. The 6.3-liter could produce 500 horsepower.
8 Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta
The strange things you'll find in a desert. If there ever was a rare Ferrari that you wanted to collect, this would be it. Apparently, the owner of this one didn't feel that it was that valuable.
Between 1948 and 1953, Ferrari produced only 47 units of the 166 MM Barchetta. Talk about a rare and classic vehicle.
7 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona
Between 1968 and 1973, Ferrari produced a very special vehicle called the Ferrari Daytona. They introduced it at the Paris Auto Salon in 1968 as the replacement for the 275 GTB/4. Ferrari produced just over 1,200 examples and fitted the car with a 4.4-liter, which produced 347 horsepower.
6 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0
One of the sports car manufacturers that deserves a lot more credit than it gets is Porsche.
The German automaker has produced the infamous 911 series since 1963, and it's still going strong. The car was ranked fifth at the 1999 international poll to determine the Car of the Century. This is a 1977 model.
5 Ferrari F50
Ten years after producing the F40, Ferrari had to celebrate its 50th anniversary by debuting the F50. If you thought that the F40 was rare, then you definitely would've wanted the F50 since the Italian automaker limited the production run to only 349 units. Somebody dumped theirs at a junkyard.
4 Lamborghini Diablo SE30
According to Hagerty, A 1996 Diablo SE30 was available for sale in the UK for $726,000. What makes this car really special is that Lamborghini built it to celebrate its 30th anniversary. If that doesn't make it special enough, then the fact that there were only 150 produced should.
3 Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4
Some people really do have too much money. It seems that the owner of this magnificent Huracan LP610-4 didn't mind leaving their precious car behind so that it could gather dust in an underground parking.
It boasts an impressive V10 engine, capable of pumping out 602 horsepower, according to Ultimatespecs.
2 Lamborghini Miura
The owner of this Miura has possibly squandered away $1.5 million by leaving his car to gather dust in a garage. According to The Drive, a Miura S came on to the market with a price tag of $1.5 million. It's such a magnificent car, which deserves much better care and attention than it's receiving.
1 Mercedes McLaren SLR
When Mercedes and McLaren joined forces, they wanted to produce a stunning sports car. The result of their efforts was a Mercedes McLaren SLR. Once the owner of this SLR had his fun with the vehicle, he decided to park it on the side of the road and allow it to get dirty and gather dust.
Sources: thedrive.com, ultimatespecs.com, hagerty.com, carfolio.com