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Yes, there's a hyper-rare Corvette that you can actually afford.
Yes, it's still running on its original engine.
The Toyota Previa is a people carrier with the engine layout of a supercar. You should own one.
Even with a century of wear and tear, that 14-liter straight-six still pulls like new.
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.
Volvos are tough.
There's nothing about this car that isn't perfect—don't tell Porsche purists that, though.
That boxy look has only gotten better with age.
The 1957 Brütsch Mopetta has the charm of a moped and the cool of a car. What's not to love?
This is how an icon evolves.
At this point, the 911 had been chugging along without a major update for 25 years. It was still a ton of fun.
It might not have been anything special back in the day, but now, it's a stunning museum-ready survivor.
Even for IMSA driver Cooper MacNeil, the F40 is something special.