Every new car they sell has all-wheel-drive, but when the Lamborghini LM002 debuted, it was the automaker's first foray into four-wheel drive. Affectionately referred to as the "Rambo Lambo", the V12-powered truck was only produced from 1986 to 1993. This particular model, going up for auction in January, was built in 1989, and has had only two owners, the latter of which has owned it for the last 23 years. In addition to the powerful 444 hp engine, it features a largely original interior, a 76-gallon fuel tank — necessary due to its gas-guzzling, 8 mpg ways — a sup-8 second 0-60 time, and an odometer that reads just 18,000 miles.
Plenty of people loved Ford's SVT Raptor. Hell, we owned one. But sadly, that Baja-ready beast is no more. The 2015 Hennessey VelociRaptor 600 Supercharged Ford F-150 Truck looks to take its place. Based on Ford's new aluminum-bodied pick-ups, this tuner pickup sheds nearly 700 pounds off its predecessors, with a Roots-type supercharger giving the 5.0L V8 an output of over 600 hp and 33 inch BFGoodrich tires on 17 inch Hennessey wheels providing a grippy ride. The price includes the base 2015 Ford F-150 FX4 Super Crew, and there are options for things like a custom off-road coilover suspension, upgraded front and rear bumpers, front winch, LED light bars, and Brembo brakes, but if you want one, best get your order in — only 500 will be built.
Indiana Jones sought out historical relics, not old cars. But if he had, this Massive Forgotten Classic Car Collection would have been his greatest find. Discovered sitting in a countryside in the west of France, this unprecedented collection is coming up for auction, and includes 60 collectors automobiles dating from the earliest days of motoring through the 1970s. Having sat dormant for 50 years, many of the cars aren't in the best of shape, but in the hands of a restoration professional, would give you a solid car museum in a single purchase. The crown jewel of the lot? A black 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider in very good condition — otherwise known as "Cameron's Dad's Car", or "The Ferrari in the Trees."
The next Bond adventure hasn't even hit theaters, and yet we already know what car he'll be driving. The Aston Martin DB10 is 007's official ride in Spectre, and is being developed specifically for the film. That kind of thing happens when a character and car maker have been linked for 50 years. Only 10 will be built, so the odds of you parking one in your garage are essentially zero, but if past concepts are any indication, you'll be seeing echoes of its streamlined design in production Aston models very soon.