If you are in the market to buy the worlds oldest car then concerns like the price of milk and gasoline are far far down you list. The 1884 De Dion-Bouton et Trepardoux has the title as the worlds oldest car and will be heading to auction at Pebble Beach this August. The French car which is also referred to as “La Marquise” is a steam powered car that was built for the Count De Dion who was one of the owners of the company. The car was powered by steam generated from the burning of coal, wood and paper. So far there have been only 2 owners in the cars lifetime and for an estimatedÂ $1.5 to $2 million YOU could be theÂ proud owner of thisÂ piece ofÂ Automobile History.Â
If you would like your chance to bid on this 4-wheeled Antique just head to Pebble Beach on August 19th… and bring your portfolio.