Collectors love a car with history, and this 2004 Carrera GT has it. Bought new by actor, comedian, and well-known Porsche fanatic Jerry Seinfeld in 2005, it remained in his collection until 2011. Currently being auctioned by its second owner, the Carrera GT was a result of a stalled Le Mans program, using an engine designed for Formula One in the early 1990s. The result was a 603 horsepower, 5.7-liter V10 mounted in a carbon fiber monocoque that stormed from 0-60 in 3.5 seconds. The racing-inspired suspension was pushrod actuated, giving the Carrera GT handling that set a benchmark for cars at the time. This black example had an engine-out service in 2020 and sits with just 3,700 miles on the odometer. The winning bidder will get thorough documentation, factory books, and a photocopy of the original New York title signed by Seinfeld himself.