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Founder & CFP®

UPDATED: May 19, 2020

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Let’s face it: We all wish we had a car that was really cool.

Not just cool looking, but a car that could, you know, smite mean drivers with lasers or oil slicks; eject dates that we’d had enough of; and be our best friend and confidant, like a new puppy. With laser beams and wheels.

Of course, there really aren’t any cars that do these things in real life, and if your car is your best friend, you have what is a called avoidant personality disorder, similar to people who spend too much time on FaceBook.

Nobody asks common sense questions about the crime-fighting and do-gooding cars we see in movies and on TV.

What’s the environmental impact of a supercar? How come they never have a scratch after smashing through the Great Wall of China or jumping the Grand Canyon? Who does their auto insurance, anyway?

We decided to find out—by tracking down the coolest cars of all time, then getting custom auto insurance quotes for each. Get some custom insurance quotes for yourself by entering your ZIP code into the FREE box above, and then see what we discovered…

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1. James Bond’s 1964 Aston Martin DB5

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