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1971 Volvo 1800E When they're not building brick-shaped masterpieces, Volvo designers spend much of their time trying to recapture the magic of the 1800. The formula was fairly simple: take a decently-powered four cylinder (130 horsepower), stuff it into a lightweight (under 3000 pounds) chassis, and draw a swooping sports coupe body around it. Hey, it was good enough for then Saint Roger Moore.
1958 Austin Healey 100-6 "Goldie Roadster" Austin Healey built this car specifically for the 1958 London Motor Show, so that they could compete with the likes of Jaguar and Aston Martin. The took a standard 100-6, which was pretty much the quintessential fifties British roadster, and decked it out in more gold than Goldfinger and Goldmember have put together. You've got shiny chrome bumpers? That's cute.
1966 Ford Bronco Convertible If you can't quite spring for that awesome Icon Bronco, this is as close as you'll get. Every piece on this Bronco has been redone, and it's got a hopped up Ford 351 to go with all the exterior improvements like fender flares and custom bumpers.
1967 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Whoever owned this car first was a little insane. They found a "normal" 1967 Stingray to be kinda slow and boring, so they gave it a twin turbo V8, and completely redid the body in a custom fiberglass shell. Somehow, no one has bothered to test the power or time how fast it is, but the answers are almost definitely "a lot" and "very," respectively.
1962 Ferrari 250 Pininfarina Series II Cabriolet This is possibly the most gansgster Ferrari the marque ever produced. It wasn't as stripped down and outright fast as it's Spider sibling, but it was really well-appointed, and the black on chrome, coupled with the quad exhaust out back commands that you ask no questions.
1982 Mercedes Benz Unimog U 413.111 The Unimog is still one of the most all-conquering vehicles in existence. It's got eight gears if you're going forward, or two if you're going backward. Originally designed for agricultural work after WWII, the flexible chassis is essentially part of the suspension, and it all works so well many a Unimog has competed in things like the legendary Dakar Rally.