10 Highly Valuable Indianapolis 500 Model Racecars and Other Collectibles


Since its first checkered flag in 1911, the Indianapolis 500 has established itself as one of the preeminent racing events in the United States. With more than a century’s worth of races, comes a wealth of Indy 500 collectibles.

We take a look at the Indianapolis 500 collectibles that speed across the finish line to claim the top spots in our latest Top-10 list. What’s the most valuable? We bring the Brickyard to you.

Remember, estimated values tend to fluctuate, especially as we add more and more items and price points to ensure the guide’s accuracy. Also keep in mind that these are the values for items found solely on hobbyDB. Scroll below for more information on how you can help us build our Indianapolis 500 database. Follow this link for a current list of the Most Valuable Indy 500 collectibles on hobbyDB.

 

10 Valuable Indianapolis 500 Collectibles

 

10. 1966 Lola T90 (Replicarz) – $250

 

 

9. 1977 Coyote (Replicarz) – $260

 

 

8. 1967 Paxton Turbine (Replicarz) – $300

 

 

7. 1966 Lotus 38 #18 Al Unser (Carousel 1) – $360

 

 

6. Lotus 38 #82 Jim Clark Winner Indy 500 1965 (Carousel1) – $390

 

 

5. “Super Tex” – A.J. Foyt (Old Irish Racing) – $450

 

 

4. 1966 Graham Hill Indy 500 Win (Ron Burton Original Artwork) – $1,000

 

 

3. 1966 Jim Clark Indy 500 (Ron Burton Original Artwork) – $1,800

 

 

2. 1966 A.J. Foyt Sheraton-Thompson Lotus Indy 500 (Ron Burton Original Artwork) – $2,000

 

 

1. Team Lotus Type 38 (Model Racing Cars) – $20,750

 

 

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Karl
Karl
22 days ago

Those 1:8 scale Amalgam’s are pricey – you could get a nice used car for that price, in 1:1 scale! But they are gorgeous!!!

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