The Most Expensive Toys: The Rare Car Collection of Jerry Seinfeld

In life, there are options. The option to choose between one thing versus another is great, but for comedian Jerry Seinfeld, there are just too many options, especially regarding his car collection! Jerry Seinfeld is known for his comedy, starring in his self-titled hit sitcom Seinfeld. Those sitcom days have gone by, and he has collected numerous amounts of cars over the years. Some of these cars are still in his collection, and some have been sold for a pretty penny. The cars that Seinfeld acquires are rare and they are some of the most magnificent vehicles that you will lay your eyes on. Take a look at his incredible collection.

1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS

This particular car is only one of the 70 cars made in 1955. This is one of the same cars that actor James Dean was fatally injured in when he was involved with his accident many years ago. The Porsche 550 RS can reach a top speed of 140 miles per hour. This car was once a racing car and was spotted in the Mille Miglia race.

Seinfeld is seen here with the Porsche 550 RS. The car does resemble Jazz of The Transformers Generation One if you Generation X’ers did not catch on. Jerry Seinfeld put this car into an exhibition at the Los Angeles Auto show in 2008. Jerry Seinfeld has expressed his opinion about this particular Porsche, saying: “You can’t drive a sonnet by Shakespeare or a symphony by Beethoven. But this would be the automotive equivalent.”