1984 Ferrari 512BB
The 188 mph, 360 hp 512 Berlinetta Boxer was an evolution of the first Ferrari road car to put a 12 cylinder engine behind the driver. By most accounts it's a great car, but the guy who owns this one certainly doesn't seem to think so. He had it completely disassembled, re-engineered so it wouldn't overheat either the engine or the driver, then added extra insulation to block heat and noise in the cabin. For good measure, anything that was plastic, like door handles, was replaced with billet aluminum, and anything that was fiberglass is now carbon fiber. It's been featured in magazines, and it's worth your time to drool at. [More pics...]
Aaron Miller is the Rides editor for Supercompressor. He'd be willing to live without a house for a year in exchange for one of these cars.