The baseball legend owns a valuable car collection

Former 71-year-old Reggie Jackson- a famous baseball sportsman, who likes to collect antique cars, has a Ferrari 275 GTB / 4 worth £ 20 million.

The American baseball legend is the owner of about 100 antique cars, but a massive fire in 2013 destroyed 35 cars worth two million pounds. The 71-year-old still has many other antique cars, most of which are from Chevrolet (about 50) and regularly participate in auctions to buy more. Reggie Jackson has 25 cars at the main villa in Seaside, California, 6 at another home in Carmel and 25 at Monterey Airport. The Ferrari 275 GTB / 4 in his collection costs up to 20 million pounds. It is estimated that the total value of the 71-year-old veterans cars is about £ 50 million, topping the list of sports stars with respectable car collections according to The Sun.

Ranked second on the list is a familiar and cult name, former boxer Floyd Mayweather with a car collection worth £ 8 million. ‘Lonely alone’ owns one of the largest supercars in the world. The 40-year-old has a collection of white Miami cars and black cars in Las Vegas.

The most expensive car in Mayweather’s garage was the Koenigsegg Trevita bought for £ 2.7 million. However, in August, Mayweather had to sell this rare car for two million pounds at an auction to pay taxes. However, the heavyweight boxing champion still has a few Rolls-Royce’s, Ferrari and Bugatti, other super luxury cars.

In 2015, Mayweather made people ‘squint’ when showing off eight supercars worth 4.5 million pounds. These including three Bugatti Veyron (each worth more than one million pounds) and a private jet of 1.5 million pounds.

With a car collection worth 6 million pounds, Jenson Button is the third. He is also the British athlete with the highest ranking. The 2009 F1 champion is worth more than £ 100 million and he also has a hobby of luxury cars. Button owns a Bugatti Veyron (£ 1.1 million), a McLaren P1 (£ 1.9 million – pictured) and several Ferrari cars including a £ 1 million Enzo Ferrari.