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Nicolas Cage and His Exotic Fleet of Cars

We are all familiar with our favorite actor from National Treasure, Nicholas Cage, who over the years of his prime years has given us many memorable movies to love. He used to be one of the most successful actors of his time and his success knew no bounds. Money kept flooding in as he grew more and more popular with every passing day.

As it happens, when you have so much money, you tend to splurge into all sorts of things. Along with buying 2 Bahamian islands, Nicolas Cage also spent extensively on cars. He became an avid car collector with 9 Rolls Royce Phantoms, 4 luxury yachts, more than 50 cars, and around 30 motorcycles.

Here’s a sneak peek it his most prized automobiles that are worth millions.

1964 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud III

This silver beauty is a rare vintage car that very few have the honor to possess. Apparently, only 2000-something cars of this model were built and one of it belongs to Nicolas Cage who had to pay a hefty amount of nearly $550,000 to call this beauty his own.

shallow focus photography of Rolls Royce emblem

Along with buying 2 Bahamian islands, Nicolas Cage also spent extensively on cars. He became an avid car collector with 9 Rolls Royce Phantoms, 4 luxury yachts, more than 50 cars, and around 30 motorcycles.

1965 Lamborghini 350 GT

This is the car which carved the niche for Lamborghini as a brand and brought itself on the map of the elitist cars.

With only 135 of them being made, Nicholas was one of the few lucky ones who own this iconic car which set the course for Lamborghini cars to flourish. It costs relatively cheaper owning to its rarity with roughly from $57,000 to $726,000.

2003 Ferrari Enzo

Named after the owner himself, 2003 Ferrari Enzo is a breather from the classic collection of Nicholas Cage, bringing a modern touch. This one is also rare as only 400 of these were produced.

Its extraordinary specifications like electrohydraulic shift transmission, disc brakes, and carbon fiber body with Formula One technology make it even more special.

orange Lamborghini car

With only 135 of them being made, Nicholas was one of the few lucky ones who own the 1965 Lamborghini 350 GT which set the course for Lamborghini cars to flourish

1955 Porsche 356 PRE A Speedster

This classic happens to be one of the classiest and most iconic cars in his entire collection. It was first developed in 1948 but the engine was modified in the subsequent years to make the experience more enthralling.

The car was one of the most frequently re-made models of Porsche and has been auctioned off for nearly $550,000.

1958 Ferrari 250 GT Pininferra

By now we’re sure Nicholas Cage’s obsession with the good old classics is pretty evident. Another vintage beauty that resides in his garage is the 1958 Ferrari 250 GT Pininferra. Only 350 of these exist, making it another rare feather in Nicholas Cage’s cap.

1070 Plymouth Barracuda Hemi

This gorgeous beauty can give other classics a run for their money. Surely Nicholas Cage is a man of fine taste and likes to keep one of each kind in his garage. It roars down the road like one wicked beast and driving it is an absolute riveting experience.

The car comes in blazing colors like Bahama Yellow, Tor Red, and Lime Light and offers a variety in high-power engines.

red sports car on gray surface near building

Another vintage beauty that resides in his garage is the 1958 Ferrari 250 GT Pininferra

1938 Bugatti Type 57 C Atalante

Undoubtedly the oldest one is the most beautiful car the Cage happens to possess. One has to applaud his selection of vintage cars. This one is the rarest of them all with only 97 of its kind to be produced.

1959 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spyder

Back to his love for Ferraris, this car was originally built to be exported to North America with aluminum and steel being the main metals to design it, which surely made it one of a kind. Only 57 of these were built and have been auctioned for millions.

1954 Bugatti T101

It seems like the cars from the 1950s have a special spot in his heart. This one has beaten the record for rarity as only 8 of them were built. Cage clearly has a good eye for rare gems and was able to get hold of one of them.

These Bugattis have been auctioned over the years for around $2 million and more, which is justified given the fact that only eight of them exist.

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