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Of the countless hobbies people enjoy during their free time, collecting is one of the most common. Part of what makes this hobby so popular is that almost anything can be collected without breaking the bank – from stamps and baseball cards to patches and pins. Rare and exotic car collections, however, are a notable exception.

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For others on this list, nostalgia for the glory days of American auto manufacturing takes a back seat to state-of-the-art technology and performance. Their collections feature supercars from European automakers and often come with sticker prices in the six and even seven figure range. These cars, made by companies like Ferrari, Lamborghini, and McLaren, are built for speed. Here is a list of the fastest cars on earth.

This list of the most outrageous car collections in the world is sorted in alphabetical order by first name of the collector and is not ranked. While most of these collections are in the United States, this list includes car collections that span four continents.

1. Craig Jackson

• Primary country of residence: United States

• Notable vehicles: 1968 Ford Mustang Shelby EXP 500, 1969 Chevrolet Camaro ZL-1

Craig Jackson is the CEO of the Barrett-Jackson auction houses, which regularly sells rare automobiles. Jackson has a personal collection of some 30 cars that he keeps in a warehouse in Parade Valley, Arizona.

Russian businessman Dmitry Lomakov owns an estimated 120 Russian made cars, which are kept in a museum.

Russian businessman Dmitry Lomakov owns an estimated 120 Russian made cars, which are kept in a museum. (Photo: Alden Jewell / Flickr)

2. Dmitry Lomakov

• Primary country of residence: Russia

• Notable vehicles: Chaika GAZ-13, Adolf Hitler’s Mercedes Benz

Dmitry Lomakov, a Russian businessman, owns an estimated 120 Russian made cars, which are kept in a museum.

3. Floyd Mayweather

• Primary country of residence: United States

• Notable vehicles: Bugatti Chiron, Bugatti Veyron, Aston Martin One-77, LaFerrari Aperta

The professional boxer has a car collection that he estimates to be valued at about $15 million. Many of his vehicles were reportedly purchased with duffel bags of cash.

4. George Foreman

• Primary country of residence: United States

Two-time heavyweight champion of