Car collectors are fanatics that can never rest until they actually find the car they are looking for. As such the rarest muscle car in the world right now is the 1970’s Plymouth Hemi Superbird, of which only 135 units were ever manufactured and turned out to be a tremendously successful model for Plymouth’s Roadrunner. In this post, however, we will be focusing on rare cars that you can actually by at the car lots today. So, let’s take a peek at these rare beauties and see for ourselves which has got us craving the most.
Initially released in 1991, the car isn’t as macho as you would presume it to be considering all the marketing and extensive branding it went through during those days. Throwing out a 270 horsepower from its 3.0-liter V-6 engine and producing 210 lb.-ft of torque offers you a nice package. The main reason which kept this car in production till 2005 was its good looks and adequate handling for drivers. This is, however, no Ferrari to get yourself all hyped up and confused, though it does at sometimes offers you a feel of a pure race car during better days.
Alfa Romeo 4C
This isn’t a cheap car, by all means, produced in 2015 with a sturdy carbon fiber tub, 4C might look the price as well and even more. Supporting a mid-sized engine that squeezes around 237 horsepower and 250+ lb.-ft of torque making it into a fun sports car to own. The 4C was also one of the first Alfa Romeo cars to be sold in the USA. You can easily get this car for a loaded mid-size sedan. The reason it is rare is that the car was sold only a couple of years in the USA, so you are bound to find a very few units throughout the nation.
BMW 1 Series M Coupe
Though it is indeed on the expensive side to own, the BMW 1M is indeed a rare car which many car lovers would adore to have one. Produced only during 2011, this beast of a car combined a six-speed manual transmission system with a turbocharged straight-six engine. Spouting 335 horsepower along with a track-ready suspension system attached with big brakes for its lightweight platform. Do not expect any owner giving up this beauty readily to you though and that is a given for sure.
Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon
When you simply cannot decide whether you want a muscle performance car or a friendly and practical car to suit your needs, then this is the beauty you should go out looking for. Supporting a 6.2-liter V-8 supercharged engine that pushes out 556 horsepower, the car offers you a six-speed automatic transmission. The car soon became “a special order only” car that means with its production ending on 2014, the later you ask for this model the rarer this beauty becomes to buy.
Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6
What happens when you merge a Merc with a Chrysler, the answer lies in the name itself. This unusual fruit as it is termed by some fanatics out there has pretty strange things to offer which are downright out of the ordinary. The units were built around 2005-6 and were able in two options: roadster style and the coupe. The major investment from Mercedes into the model was the lower platform on which the car was built upon. However this wasn’t the only gift, the car also supported a Merc AMG V-6 Engine (3.2 liters) and supercharged to give off 330 horsepower and above 300 lb-ft of torque.
We hope you liked our compilation for the rarest cars that you can buy today at a select few dealers. If you have any further suggestions, feel free to let us know of your comments in the section below.