The 1960s were full of fantastic car design, but perhaps the most stunning two-door to come from the era is this, the Lancia Fulvia Sport Zagato coupe. It was a Fulvia reimagined by Zagato, designed with a new fascia and hatchback rear. It's simply beautiful.
This particular example is finished in dark blue over red, with 99,290 original kilometers (61,696 miles) on the clock. Like the normal Fulvia it's based on, the Zagato coupe uses a 1.3-liter V4 engine sending power to the front wheels via a five-speed manual transmission.
We drove both the normal and Zagato-bodied Fulvias when they were new, and thought they were fantastic. Jay Leno's Garage made an detailing all of the styling differences making the Zagato so special.
This car, offered for sale by Konzept Automobile in Portugal, (or around $50,022). That may seem like a lot for a small little two-door, but with a design like that, its value has nowhere to go but up.