Top 10 outrageous cars for sale on DuPontregistry.com

Here at the duPont REGISTRY, our goal for 30 years has been to connect the buyers and sellers of the world’s finest automobiles. From exotics, to supercars, to rare classics, we’ve listed and sold them all. Throughout the past three decades, we’ve found some incredibly rare examples of bespoke creations, unique racecars and aftermarket vehicles with insane levels of power.

As of right now, these are some of the listings on our website that best fit the best definition of what it means for a car to be “outrageous:” bold, unusual, incredible and eye-catching.

Do you have an outrageous car you want to sell? Share it with us in the comments below, or contact us at (800) 233-1731.

2006 Ford GT 2 door Coupe

First and foremost, it’s a Ford GT. These things are incredible powerhouses, and one of the only American supercars to ever win an international race. But if that’s not enough for you, this GT only has three miles on it. Yes, you read that correctly. Not 3,000 miles. Not 300 miles. Three. It doesn’t get closer to “like-new” than that.

2014 Lamborghini Aventador

Though originally sporting the classic Nero Nemesis Matte finish, this Aventador Roadster with just 1,292 miles is now sporting a much more custom coat. With a purple exterior and bright yellow leather interior, this convertible will catch anyone’s eye any time you go out for a drive. We promise.

2012 Jeep Wrangler Bandit 7.0 Hemi Supercharged

This beast of a machine from Starwood Customs goes by the name of “The Bandit,” and with the amount of power you’re getting from it, it does feel like a steal. This 700 hp Jeep with a 7.0-liter Hemi sports a Whipple supercharger and was featured at SEMA, but Starwood can create one to your exact specifications with pricing starting under $90k.

2003 Hummer H1

Dubbed the Herculean Hummer, this truck has some versatile options when it comes to getting around. While the Kolor Lime Time Pearl Hummer with Candy Black Smoke flames normally sports 47-inch Michelin tires and 20 inch Weld wheels, it comes with 150 series Mattracks. It also features a 45-inch Sanyo LCD TV, multiple JL Audio amps and more, but you’ll have to check out the listing to find out what.

2009 Hummer H2 SUT Luxury

This Desert Ops edition 6-wheel Hummer H2 SUT was purchased by an outfitter and limousine company after the original owner traversed 27,000 miles. It was stretched, repainted, redesigned and completely re-done in an entirely military motif. If you think the exterior is cool, just wait until you see the interior.

2012 Bentley Continental Mansory

Mansory is known for taking their hands to the world’s finest cars and refining them even further, churning out insanely powerful and amazingly beautiful aftermarket examples. This Bentley is no exception – with only 2,400 miles on the odometer, this Continental can create 700 hp to get you where you need to be.

2011 Lamborghini Gallardo

1,800 hp. Need we say more?

Perhaps a little more, but not much. All books, manuals and receipts documenting the incredible modifications made are included with the sale of this car, which has a short novel’s worth of new features. From the four-point cage to the aircraft quality exhaust, more than $250,000 was put into making this Gallardo one of the fastest out there. An outrageous listing, not for the feint of heart.

1987 Mercedes-Benz Isdera Imperator 108i

One of only 30 ever created, the Isdera Imperator 108i was based on the Mercedes-Benz CW311 concept from 1978. Produced from 1984-1993, only two examples were exported to Japan; this example is one of those two.

2001 Ferrari F1 Racecar

The first reason this is an outrageous listing is because of the fact that it’s an F1 racer from Ferrari. It’s not often that you come across the opportunity to own one, let alone two opportunities on our website. The second reason is this was the car driven by the legendary Michael Schumacher. Who doesn’t want to experience a drive from the same seat as him?

2014 Ford Mustang Cobra Jet

The 5.0-liter V8 engine fitted with a Whipple supercharger in this turnkey drag racer is one you don’t want to mess with. Capable of reaching 60 mph from a standstill in an estimated 1.52 seconds, this Cobra Jet really is more of an aircraft than a car. Plus, this example is one of 50, and only has 250 miles on the odometer. Outrageous? Yes. Do we want one? Of course

-By Caitlin Duffy 

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