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Monaco and Dubai are crawling with supercars on nearly every corner. However, there is one city that is easily as good as those two combined.That town? Zurich, Switzerland.
In Zurich, you can see a lifetime of exotic cars in a few short days. Perhaps people are starting to withdraw money from Swiss bank accounts and are investing in Swiss auto sales.
To give you an idea of what can be seen in Zurich, we received pictures from Daniel Stocker, a resident of the area. What he sees on a daily basis is truly incredible.
To start, here is a Mercedes SLR McLaren, one of the few painted blue. These sell for a cool $400,000.
It's not every day you see a Ferrari Enzo casually parked on the side of a street. Daniel tells us that this is one of two Enzos painted this hue of silver.
This Aston Martin DB4 Zagato is parked like an average Toyota. There are 19 of these in the world, four of which are road cars. If this is a real, original DB4, the price could be in the $7 million range.
Here's a Facel Vega II. These old French cars are a very cool - and rare - sight. Author Albert Camus was also killed in one.
While the Bugatti Veyron is rare, the Sang Noir is even rarer. Just 15 of this special edition were built.
This is the Bentley Flying Star, a Continental GT with a special body by coachbuilders Carozzeria Touring Superleggera. There are around 20 of these in the world.
The ultimate 997-generation 911, the 911 GT3 RS 4.0, looks great in black. It was also a pricey, optional colour.
While the white Aventador was nice, this matte green model looks like it's ready to invade a sovereign nation.
The Koenigsegg Agera R can go upwards of 260 MPH. It'll only set you back around $2 million to have one in your garage.
If you want to show off, the Veyron Sang Bleu is a good way to go. It's also tough...this is the only one in the world.
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