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Reader’s Choice: 15 Grail-Status Items, Chosen by You

From vintage cars and motorcycles to original Da Vinci manuscripts.



The concept of a “grail” is different for everyone — for some, it’s an item of impeccable monetary value; for others, it’s one of value that can’t be quantified in financial terms. The breadth of this definition is apparent in the picks below, sourced from our readers. Some are financially impressive; others, sentimentally so. Read on, and enjoy.

BMW M5 Wagon


— Kyle S.

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1977 Rolex “Bond” Submariner Ref. 5513


— Eric M.

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1959 Gibson Les Paul Standard Flametop


— Ken S.

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Bayliss Sportfishing Boat


“The best, most beautiful and unfortunately massively expensive.” — Chris P.

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1994 Mercedes Benz Gelandewagen W463 300GE


— Michael Q.

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Falling Water


— Thomas B.

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Da Vinci Manuscripts


— Anonymous

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Clearaudio Concept Wood Turntable


— Peter

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Vintage Mitsubishi Galant VR6


“My dad’s old Mitsubish Galant VR6.” — Seb G.

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Memento Mori Coin


“This Momento Mori coin by the Daily Stoic as a reminder of how to live life.” — Matthew M.

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1928 Indian Scout 101


“The 101 was my great-grandfather’s favorite bike he ever raced, and I dream of having one in my garage someday.” — Parker T.

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Ferrari 330 P4


“Possibly the most beautiful car ever built.” — Dan G.

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Grimsmo Norseman Knife


— Jimmy L.

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Ducati Superleggera 1299


— Jonathan S.

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Migaloo Submersible Yacht


— J.P.

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