If you really want an Apple car and have half a million bucks to spend, there’s a replica of a 1979 Porsche 935 K3 Apple-themed racecar up for sale, according to Apple Insider. Apple sponsored the original car during the 1980 racing season. Along with the “Apple Computer” name, the car also bears the retro rainbow logo and a sticker on its rear bumper that reads “Don’t upset the Apple Car.”
This version that’s listed for sale on DuPont Registry is not the original car, which is owned by Adam Corolla and worth in the $10 million range, according to 9to5Mac.
According to a 2016 profile of its brief racing career on The Drive, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was a fan of the idea of the company sponsoring a racecar:
It ran only the 1980…