5 Memorable Episodes of "What's My Car Worth?"

Shelby Cobra Front End
The Shelby Cobra is one of the most sought after car models in the world. jganser / Getty Images

"What's My Car Worth?" was a TV show that ran on Discovery's Velocity Network from 2009 to 2016. It was hosted by Keith Martin of Sports Car Market magazine and Josh Nasar, an expert in automotive collectibles. In each episode, the two would visit car shows, collectors, and dealers, discussing classic models and what makes them so special (and expensive). Here's a look at a few of the most memorable episodes of "What's My Car Worth?"

Steve McQueen's Ferrari (2015)

Actor Steve McQueen was famous for his role in the 1968 film "Bullitt," which features one of the most famous car chases in movie history. McQueen, who did many of his own auto stunts, was also a racing enthusiast who competed in several car and motorcycle races throughout his life. In this episode, Keith Martin and Josh Nasar travel visit a Monterrey, Calif., dealer to see McQueen's 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4, which later sold at auction for $10 million.

The Saleen S7 (2016)

In one of the show's final episodes, dealer Steve Barrett visits Saleen Automotive in Scottsdale, Ariz. to drive their custom S7, a V8-powered, custom-designed mid-engine supercar. Saleen is best known for their aftermarket upgrades to Ford Mustangs, Chevy Camaros, and other sports cars. The S7 was Saleen's first proprietary vehicle and sold for $375,000. Only a limited number of these vehicles were produced between 2000 and 2009.

Million Dollar Cars (2010)

Just like the title says, Keith Martin and John Nasar spend this episode looking at cars valued at $1 million. The visit an exotic car dealer to ogle a Lamborghini Countach, the legendary V12-powered wedge-shaped Italian racer, and take a spin in a vintage Shelby 427 Cobra. Owner Carroll Shelby designed and built this famous '60s racer in conjunction with Ford Motor Co. At auction, Shelby Cobras have sold for more than $1.5 million.

Post-War Wheels (2014)

It's back to the 1950s in this episode when Martin and Nasar visit a classic car auction and discuss vintage vehicles from the Eisenhower era. Among the cars they profile are a World War II-era Willys Jeep, a classic '57 Chevy Bel Air, and a rare Kaiser-Darrin. The Darrin, the first fiberglass-body sports car produced in the U.S. was only available as 1954 model. Fewer than 500 were produced.

Yenko Super Camaro (2015)

Martin and Nasar flex their muscles with this episode, which is dedicated the classic muscle cars. First up is a look at the Yenko Super Camaro, which was produced by Ohio Chevy dealer Don Yenko from 1966 to 1969. Like Steve Saleen and Carroll Shelby, Yenko upgraded factory models by ripping out the standard V8 and replacing it with a larger 427-cubic-inch version. The hosts also take a vintage Trans Am Super Duty 455 for a ride.

You can find clips of test rides from "What's My Car Worth?" on YouTube. Full episodes are available for streaming on the Velocity website and on demand from providers like Amazon and Vudu.