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Every car in Gran Turismo 7’s Legend Cars dealership and how to purchase them

Every car in Gran Turismo 7’s Legend Cars dealership and how to purchase them

A guide to Gran Turismo 7’s Legend Car dealership pavilion, including a list of cars that have appeared, their PP rating and in-game value.

One of the main aims in Gran Turismo 7 is to collect cars. But to fill up your car Collection Book you will not only have to win cars by completing Menu Books and Daily Workouts, but also purchase cars from Brand Central, the Used Car pavilion and the subject of today’s article, the Legend Cars pavilion.

Gran Turismo™ 7, World Map

What is the Legend Cars dealership?

The Legend Cars dealership is located on Gran Turismo 7’s main World Map Home screen and is where you will find rare and expensive cars available to purchase. These cars tend to be old classics or vehicles of historical significance.

The oldest car so far is the Mercedes-Benz S Barker Tourer ‘29, while the latest is the Nissan GT-R GT500 Super GT racecar from 1999.

How to unlock the Legends Cars pavilion

The Legend Cars dealership in Gran Turismo 7 unlocks after players complete Menu Book 17, by placing in the top three of the Trial Mountain Cup.

What is Hagerty?

The Legend Cars Pavillion is sponsored by Hagerty, a specialist classic car insurance firm and media outlet, lending an air of authenticity to proceedings.

McKeel Hagerty Gran Turismo 7

When you first visit the Legends Cars area, you will be treated by a message from McKeel Hagerty. This is the real-world Hagerty, as you can probably guess from his name.

What do the blue and red arrows mean?

Gran Turismo 7 Legend cars price changes

Legend Cars tend to be kept by collectors as investments in the real world, hence why they will often have low mileages and increase in value.

If a car has a blue arrow next to its price, it means that according to Hagerty, its real-world status is increasing. If it’s a red arrow, it means that demand in the real-world is falling and so the next time it appears in the Legends Car pavilion, it may be cheaper.

Gran Turismo™ 7, Legend Cars, Haggerty, Jaguar XJ13 '66

WHAT DOES LIMITED STOCK MEAN?

A car marked as Limited Stock indicates it will be removed from sale soon. In fact, at midnight in your region the car could shift its status to Out of Stock, at which point you will be unable to purchase it.

WHEN DOES THE LEGEND CAR DEALERSHIP STOCK CHANGE?

The Legend Cars dealership will change stock depending on how many cars are marked as Out of Stock. Vehicles marked as Out of Stock will usually be replaced by fresh cars at midnight in your time zone.

Gran Turismo 7 Porsche Spyder Type 550 Legend Cars

HOW DOES THE WISHLIST WORK IN GRAN TURISMO 7?

Players can also add cars to their Wishlist by checking the box on the bottom right of the car’s showroom screen. A red flag will appear above the Legend Cars dealership on the Home screen of the World Map when a Wishlisted car is back in stock.

A handy reminder if you missed the car first time round due to a lack of funds. Like the Used Cars dealership, if you missed a Legend Car previously it will return at some point. Please note, however, that it could increase or decrease in value.

Gran Turismo™ 7, Limited Stock, Legend Cars
A red flag on the World Map and in the Legend Cars dealership denotes a Wishlisted car is present

HOW MANY CARS ARE IN THE LEGEND CARS PAVILLION?

At any given time there are 10 cars in the Legend Cars dealership, including those marked as Out of Stock or Limited Stock.

GRAN TURISMO 7 LEGEND CAR LIST SO FAR

Alfa Romeo 

  • Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Berlinetta ‘38 – 377.04 PP – 20,000,000 Credits 
  • Alfa Romeo 155 2.5 V6 TI ’93 – 673.99 PP – 800,000 Credits 
  • Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ2 carrozzata da Zagato ’65 – 471.61 PP – 3,100,000 Credits 

Abarth 

  • Abarth 1500 Biposto Bertone B.A.T 1 ‘52 – 266.58 PP – 900,000 Credits 

Alpine 

  • Alpine A220 Race Car ‘68 – 605.00 PP – 300,000 Credits 

AMG 

  • AMG CLK-LM ‘98 – 830.82 PP – 8,500,000 Credits 
Gran Turismo™ 7, AMG CLK-LM ‘98, Le Mans
AMG CLK-LM ‘98

Aston Martin 

  • Aston Martin DB3S ‘53 – 475.00 PP – 5,000,000 Credits 
  • Aston Martin DB5’64 – 439.89 PP – 970,000 Credits

Audi

  • Audi Sport quattro S1 Pikes Peak ‘87 – 683.26 PP – 2,000,000 Credits

Chaparral 

  • Chaparral 2J ‘70 – 874.74 PP – 2,500,000 Credits 

Chevrolet 

  • Chevrolet Camaro Z28 ‘69 – 439.40 PP – 82,200 Credits 
  • Chevrolet Corvette (C2) ‘63 – 482.69 PP – 178,000 Credits 
  • Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Racer Concept ‘59 – 516.00 PP – 4,000,000 Credits 

Dodge 

  • Dodge Challenger R/T ‘70 – 478.84 PP – 253,000 Credits 

DeTomaso 

  • De Tomaso Mangusta ’69 – 476.08 PP – 245,000 Credits 

Ferrari 

  • Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta passo corto ’61 – 464.49 PP – 8,200,000 Credits
  • Ferrari 250 GTO ‘62 – 524.46 PP – 20,000,000 Credits 
  • Ferrari 330 P4 ‘67 – 732.33 PP – 9,000,000 Credits 
  • Ferrari 365 GTB4 ‘71 – 537.00 PP – 555,000 Credits 
  • Ferrari 500 Mondial Pinin Farina Coupe ‘54 – 463.91 PP – 4,000,000 Credits 
  • Ferrari F40 ‘92 – 603.13 PP – 1,350,000 Credits  
  • Ferrari F50 ’96 – 609.28 PP – 3,300,000 Credits 
  • Ferrari GTO ‘84 – 547.17 PP – 2,500,000 Credits 
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Ferrari 330 P4 ‘67

Ford 

  • Ford GT40 Mark I – 549.94 PP – 5,600,000 Credits 
  • Ford Mark IV Race Car ’67 – 708.53 PP – 4,600,000 Credits
  • Ford Mustang Boss 429 ‘69 – 486.66 PP – 259,000 Credits 
  • Ford Roadster – 410.43 PP – 450,000 Credits

Jaguar 

  • Jaguar D-type ‘54 – 495.78 PP – 6,000,000 Credits
  • Jaguar E-type Coupé ’61 – 430.53 PP – 162,000 Credits  
  • Jaguar XJ13 ‘66 – 704.53 PP – 12,000,000 Credits 
  • Jaguar XJR-9 ‘88 – 894.72 PP – 2,500,000 Credits 

Jeep 

  • Jeep Willys MB ’45 – 195.62 PP – 27,800 Credits

Lamborghini 

  • Lamborghini Countach LP400 – 543.95 PP – 1,100,000 Credits 
  • Lamborghini Miura P400 Bertone Prototype ‘67 – 547.93 PP – 2,500,000 Credits

Maserati

  • Maserati A6GCS/53 Spyder ’54 -502.08 PP – 2,900,000 Credits

Mazda 

  • Mazda 787B ‘91 – 877.38 PP – 1,875,000 Credits 
  • Mazda RS500 – 474.31 PP – 600,000 Credits 
Gran Turismo 7 Gr.1
Is there a better sound than a Mazda 787B at flat-chat?

McLaren 

  • McLaren F1 ‘94 – 642.02 PP – 18,500,000 Credits 
  • McLaren F1 GTR – BMW ‘95 – 772.10 PP – 10,500,000 Credits 
  • McLaren F1 GTR Race Car ‘97 – 840.76 PP – 9,500,000 Credits 

Mercedes-Benz 

  • Mercedes 300 SEL 6.8 AMG ‘71 – 510.87 PP – 550,000 Credits 
  • Mercedes-Benz S Barker Tourer ‘29 – 345.33 PP – 13,000,000 Credits 
  • Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Coupé ‘54 – 402.07 PP – 1,100,100 Credits 
  • Mercedes-Benz 300 SL (W194) ‘52 – 427.27 PP – 11,000,000 Credits 
  • Sauber Mercedes C9 ‘89 – 878.35 PP – 3,000,000 Credits

Nissan 

  • Nissan Fairlady Z 432 ‘69 – 401.14 PP – 190,000 Credits 
  • Nissan GT-R GT500 ‘99 – 727.55 PP – 2,500,000 Credits 
  • Nissan R92CP ‘92 – 880.60 PP – 2,000,000 Credits  
  • Nissan Skyline Hard Top 2000GT-R (KPGC10) ‘70 – 376.56 PP – 121,000 Credits 
  • Nissan Skyline Super Silhouette Group 5 ’84 -728.15 PP – 1,150,000 Credits

Peugeot 

  • Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 Evolution 2 ‘86 – 678.46 PP – 1,000,000 Credits 
Gran Turismo 7, Gr.B, Peugeot 205 GTI T16 Evo 2
Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 Evolution 2 ‘86

Plymouth 

  • Plymouth XNR Ghia Roadster ’60 – 424.59 PP – 1,600,000 Credits 
  • Plymouth Superbird ‘70 – 434.17 PP – 347,000 Credits 

Porsche 

  • Porsche 356 A/1500 GS Carrera ’56 -351.97 PP – 615,000 Credits 
  • Porsche 911 GT1 Strassenversion ‘97 – 635.18 PP – 3,000,000 Credits 
  • Porsche 917K ‘70 – 755.51 PP – 18,000,000 Credits
  • Porsche 962 C ‘88 – 877.36 PP – 1,500,000 Credits
  • Porsche Spyder type 550/1500RS ‘55 – 439.07 PP – 5,000,000 Credits 

Renault 

  • Renault R8 Gordini ‘66 – 351.13 PP – 28,500 Credits 

Shelby 

  • Shelby Cobra 427 ‘66 – 558.18 PP – 2,500,000 Credits 
  • Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe ’64 – 552.91 PP – 20,000,000 Credits
  • Shelby G.T.350 ’65 – 449.86 PP – 487,000 Credits 

Suzuki

  • Suzuki V6 Escudo Pikes Peak Special ’98 – 846.27 PP – 1,700,000 Credits

Toyota 

  • Toyota 2000GT ‘67 – 368.73 PP – 685,000 Credits 
  • Toyota Supra GT500 ’97 – 729.42 PP – 1,500,000 Credits 
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