These cars are pretty much guaranteed to cost a fortune in repairs and maintenance, but we want them anyways.
It's exceedingly clean. Only problem? It's an automatic.
Yes, there's a hyper-rare Corvette that you can actually afford.
This doesn't make a year and a half seem that bad!
If you're a manual purist looking for the ultimate sleeper, this is the car for you.
The mid-1960s had some seriously pretty performance coupes. This might be the pick of the bunch.
Only give these cars to people who know what they're doing, please.
The Toyota Previa is a people carrier with the engine layout of a supercar. You should own one.
This is, uh, an interesting choice of livery. Still, it is an SLR Stirling Moss.
Even with a century of wear and tear, that 14-liter straight-six still pulls like new.
Only 90 examples were ever shipped to the US, meaning this could be your only chance to own a V8-powered piece of Alfa history.
With 1600 horsepower and a predicted top speed of 301 mph, the F5 could trump the Chiron for fastest road car.
Want an investment? These are probably good places to start.
The Santler 3½-HP Dogcart is basically a park bench with wheels and an engine.
With prices rising and collectors snapping up good examples, it's getting harder and harder to make a solid race car out of an E30.
The S208, Subaru's newest hardcore WRX STi, will be limited to just 450 units, and sold in Japan only.