1976 Bricklin SV-1
The Bricklin was only produced for three years in the mid-1970s, but in those years it kind of redefined what you can expect from a car. While fully automatic gullwing doors were a cool selling point, the car was really all about safety, hence its name: Safety Vehicle One.
It came with a built-in roll cage (!) and impact-resistant bumpers, years before they became widespread. The one you’re looking at was restored, then put away in a garage for 25 years. It’s probably the only black one you’ll ever see. [More pics...]
Aaron Miller is the Rides editor for Supercompressor. He once sat in a Bricklin back in the 1990s, and would totally own a Sebring Vanguard for grocery runs.