With a basic $200,000 entry-level minimum, you might think that the Sports Car Club (SCC) in China is a small, select group that can showcase its collection of supercars. Think again. This club has over 500 members and over 700 cars that stretch across its network. The club was started by Zhang Kuan in Beijing in August 2009 and has rapidly grown to 15 branches with members that range from ages 18 to 60. The club has some of the most rare vehicles you can find, including two of only five Pagani Cinques on the planet. Others include Ferrari Enzos, Lambo Aventadors, Bugatti Veyrons, Mercedes-Benz SLRs, and Lexus LFAs. China has quickly put itself on the supercar collector's map.
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