They're not mainstream, and that makes them affordable and unique.
In 1967, this factory-backed 100-hp MG ran alongside Ford GT40s and Porsche 906s and won at the highest levels of motorsports.
Love it or hate it, the Datsun 510 kicked off the tuner culture behind every modified Japanese car you see on the road today.
One of GM's first attempts at a low-emissions vehicle was this steam-powered Chevelle, which could do 60 MPH and got 15 MPG.
In a world where cars are self-driving and don't burn fossil fuels, who will want to buy your air-cooled 911?
You can't afford a DB5 because of its movie career, but that's okay. The DB6 is a better car for half the price.
Beach racing, parties, and great people? Sounds like a blast.
This Porsche is valued at $18,000–or 1/10th of the cost of a nice 356 roadster.
Driving experiences don't get much better than in a brand new 1927 Bugatti Type 35 grand prix car.
Imagine how easily you could fix your rusty old car with this amazing laser blaster.
But don't worry—he also thinks the Mazda Miata will be a highly-desired classic.
Living with a split-windowed legend.
A 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB4 is the V12 Ferrari with the correct bumpers and the best engine to take you wherever you fancy.
It's just as The King of Rock 'n' Roll bought it in 1958.