1986 Ford RS200 Evo: "This car is an unlikely sight in the USA in any given form, because only 200 were produced. And the factory up-rated Evolution models, like this one, are actually one of only 24 produced. The quoted 3-second 0-60 times are no joke. This car is faster than the Porsche 959 and Ferrari F40 produced in the same era and the price estimate is a fraction of either of those. The mid-mounted 4-cylinder is punched out to 2.1L in this Evo version, and horsepower is estimated at just under 600. That number flirts with some modern cars, but the interesting thing about this, is that it's tiny. Seeing them in photos does not do them justice. In person they seem similar to a first generation Toyota MR2 (the RS200′s overall length listed at 157.5 inches vs. the MR2′s 155.5 inches), but with 5x the horsepower.We want it."
6) 2014 Chevrolet Stingray Corvette: Generally speaking, I am not a fan of Corvette's. Its been called the middle aged man's mid-life crisis by some, and the poor-man's Ferrari by others. The impression that I've gotten from almost all Corvette's released past 1970 has been the same; aggressive good looks on the outside, and cheap, low quality interiors. BUT, Chevy has heard the voices of it's followers and naysayers alike, and has turned the interior of this monster into a pleasantly elegant place to romp the go-pedal. The performance numbers speak for themselves, as the C5 and C6 Z06, or even the Grand Sport version of Chevy's flagship sports car have been at the top of their game in the racing and tuning scene for years. Just take a look at some of the Lingenfelter or Hennessey Vette's of yesteryear and you will see precisely what I mean. A fully loaded version can be yours for roughly the same price as the '08 GT-R, around 70K.