Many have dubbed this the “prettiest racing car ever,” though, in our opinion, it looks more like a spaceship than a race car. With 750 horsepower 935/85 flat head six-cylinder engine and an impressive rear spoiler, it serves to make racing efficient by reducing drag.
This racing beast is hard to beat on the tracks and was bought from Joest Racing. Jerry purchased it in the early 1990s as the second owner.
1974 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0
Another rarity, this Porsche, was one of 15 RS models manufactured for the Roger Penske IROC series. It was raced by some of the greats and had a well-documented history.
Surprisingly, it is street legal and has been highly maintained by Seinfeld's fleet management team. This looker's value estimates for $1.2 million-$1.5 million but was sold for almost $2.5 million at auction.
2000 Porsche Carrera GT Prototype
Jerry purchased this car directly from Porsche in 2007, and it is one of two prototypes produced by the car company. It was modeled after the LMP 2000 racer and was driven by Walter Rohrl for promotional marketing materials.
This Carrera is a hand-built masterpiece of custom auto work. That being said, since it's a prototype, it's not considered street legal.
1973 Porsche 917/30 Can-Am Spyder
This never-raced Porsche was the ultimate piece of the 917/30 series. The effect the Spyder body racing model had was a prime speed of 240 mph.
This beauty can go 0-60 MPH in 2.1 seconds, can break 100 MPH in just under four seconds, and crushes the 200 MPH mark in 13.4 seconds. Of course, this is one of six in existence, and it's Jerry Seinfeld's.
1955 Porsche 550 Spyder
Do you think you can handle this? Jerry’s 1955 Porsche 550 RS is worth an approximated $6 million dollars. Yes, you read that number right!
Selling for nearly five and a half million, the appraisal of the car isn't far off.