1957 Maserati 300 S

For some, the Maserati 300 S is what motorsports in the 1950s was all about. As the main challenger to the Ferraris of the era in the World Sportscar Championships, the 300 S saw the talents of legendary drivers like Juan-Manuel Fangio, Carroll Shelby, and Stirling Moss employed behind the wheel. The four-speed manual gear box and 3.0-liter, 260 horsepower engine is capable of a top speed of 175 mph and a 0-60 time of around 4.2 seconds. The 300 S is expensive but, with classic looks and great performance, you probably won’t mind.

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