Diana Dors' stunning 1949 Delahaye Type 175 Roadster available at auction
At the height of her career, she was the British equivalent of Marilyn Monroe (see Yield To The Night for example) and she had a car to match that profile - a 1949 Delahaye Type 175 Roadster by French manufacturer Saoutchik - which is available to buy at auction.
It's a stunning, futuristic car, one of only 51 made and owned by Dors when she was just 17 and unable to drive. At the time, it sold for an eye-watering £5,000, but that's now looking a fairly decent investment.
A private owner picked up the car and has restored all of its original features, from a transparent steering wheel and bird motifs on the inside of the doors to the 4.5-litre, 165 brake horsepower engine that powers the 20ft vehicle.
The car goes up for sale via RM auctions on August 14th, with an estimate of between $4 million and $6 million. If you've got that kind of money and a very big garage, you'll need to get yourself to California to get your bid in.
RM auctions website
Via Daily Mail