Missing Legends: 19 Rare Cars That Were Lost And Never Found

Jim Morrison was the proud owner of this legendary 1967 Shelby GT500. The car was something of a reward and was gifted to Morrison by Electra Records in celebration of The Doors' successful debut in 1967.
Jim Morrison was the proud owner of this legendary 1967 Shelby GT500. The car was something of a reward and was gifted to Morrison by Electra Records in celebration of The Doors' successful debut in 1967.

THIS ARTICLE WAS WRITTEN BY ARUN PUNDIR AND PUBLISHED BY HOTCARS.COM ON NOVEMBER 1, 2018.

If one comes to think about it, what exactly are cars? Basically, they are transportation machines meant to ferry passengers from here to there… right? Some do it in style, some in grandeur, while some cars are the most basic and the cheapest of the lot, doing their job in the simplest possible way.

And yet, cars fascinate us. Cars have become more than just technical possessions; some manage to capture hearts and souls. People want to have the best their money can buy, and if they've got hordes of money to spend, they can afford to get the rarest and the most delectable of automobiles.

Some of the cars become rare because only a very limited number were produced. Some become collectibles because of the people who formerly drove them, like celebrity's cars that often sell for princely sums at auction. Some other cars become rare because of their presence in a movie.

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